(Vancouver, B.C.) - The Canadians Front Office staff set the alarm clock to 'early' this past week to wake up and hit the streets of downtown Vancouver in support of the Vancouver Sun's annual Raise-A-Reader program supporting Children's literacy.
"This is a program that helps countless families from all across Canada and it is one of the events that we very much enjoy supporting," states Canadians Community Relations Director Jeff Holloway.
"The Vancouver Sun is a publication that supports us on a number of levels well beyond covering the outcome of our games. Our working relationship, combined with the support this charity provides to families makes this a 'can't miss event' for our organization".
Once a year, the Canadians join a number of other teams and supporters on the streets of Vancouver selling Vancouver Sun newspapers by donation to those heading into work. This program has raised millions in support of children's literacy and once again, despite soggy conditions, was once again a great success.
The Vancouver Canadians wish to thank Rose Isla and her staff at the Vancouver Sun for their support and efforts regarding the Raise-A-Reader program. Congratulations!
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