"No one should have to suffer for not having enough to eat..."
BOISBRIAND, QC, April 10, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ - No one should have to suffer from not having enough to eat. In this period of unprecedented crisis, the Bugatti Group team is touched by the call from food banks in Quebec and across Canada. The COVID-19 health crisis makes the services of these leading organizations even more essential, although for many, services are more difficult to provide at this time.
Groupe Bugatti is launching the #everythingwillbeok collection of bags and accessories today in support of two organizations that promote food security for all. The initiative is simple, 1 bag = 1 donation! For each purchase of an item from the #everythingwillbeok collection on our website bfashionbags.com, a donation representing up to 50% of your total purchase will be given to La cantine pour tous in Quebec and to Food Banks Canada in the rest of Canada.
Buy a bag for yourself, have it sent to a loved one, buy it for a worker in essential services in your community, to say thank you for being there, thank you for being in solidarity, to say #everythingwillbeok. Buy an item from the collection and support the efforts of La cantine pour tous and Food Banks Canada. We are going through this pandemic all together, by staying united.
Bags and accessories from the #everythingwillbeok collection are available at Bfashionbags.com. Delivery is free for all items in the collection and orders are prepared by our teams in a meticulous and secure manner.
5000 free duffle bags offered to hospitals In the spirit of initiatives to keep our healthcare staff healthy, this week the Bugatti Group donated 5,000 duffle bags to the COVID-19 care units at Cité de la santé, the Jewish General Hospital of Montreal and Sainte-Justine. These bags, designed to allow health care workers to safely transport their clothing from the hospital to their homes, were delivered free of charge by UPS.
SOURCE The Bugatti Group
For further information: To join Andrew Hattem - CEO, Bugatti Group, contact Marie-Claude Bonneau, Senior Advisor, Communication and Media Relations at (514) 571-7170, [email protected]