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Golf Canada partners help flatten the COVID-19 curve

Golf Canada partners are committed to supporting the nation as Canada continues to feel the impact of the COVID-19 health crisis. 

Acushnet 

Titleist Canada, along with FootJoy Canada, have partnered with the Red Cross – Canadian Emergencies and COVID-19 Response Fund, and will be donating 15% of all purchases made on Titleist.ca and FootJoy.ca from April 20 – May 15.

adidas

Working with digital manufacturing company Carbon, adidas is supporting their effort to produce and donate face shields for healthcare workers and first responders in underserved communities that don’t have access to an adequate supply.

In addition, from April 18th through May 16th, adidas and Reebok will donate an additional $3 for every item purchased over $30 from their online sites or mobile app to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

CP

Canadian Pacific Railway is contributing to the global movement to pay tribute to emergency workers by directing all locomotives on its network to sound a long whistle blast at 7 p.m. local time. This salute is scheduled to continue daily until further notice.

In addition, on May 4th Canadian Pacific announced a $1 million donation to four North American charities working on the front lines to help people impacted by COVID-19. Canadian beneficiaries of this donation include The Frontline Fund who will receive $350,000, and Food Banks Canada who will receive $250,000.

Hilton 

In partnership with American Express, Hilton Hotels & Resorts will be donating up to 1 million room nights to frontline medical professionals leading the fight against COVID-19. Rooms will be made available without charge to doctors, nurses, EMTs, paramedics and other frontline medical staff who need a place to sleep, recharge or isolate from their families through the end of May.

Levelwear 

Levelwear’s Toronto location began production for the re-engineering of cloth garments into 2-ply washable, non-surgical face protection that will be donated and distributed to local businesses within the Greater Toronto Area. In addition, Levelwear has offered 2 additional mask options, with a third in production, to their current partners  for resale, with a percentage of that sale going to a local charity

RBC

RBC has committed $2 million dollars to support communities dealing with the repercussions of COVID-19. The money will be used to address food insecurity and mental well-being, as well as in donations to international organizations, including the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

Steam Whistle

Steam Whistle Craft Brewing Company, in partnership with the Spirit of York Distillery, teamed up to provide hand sanitizer to fight the spread of COVID-19. The Toronto-based brewery donated 350 litres of beer for Spirit of York to distill into hand sanitizer. The finished product is available for purchase at Spirit of York, with all proceeds being donated to local food banks.

Subaru

To help ease the financial strain caused by the pandemic, Subaru Canada is providing payment relief to existing Subaru customers who are leasing or financing through Subaru Financial services. New customers who purchase a new vehicle will have the ability to defer payments for 120 days.

In addition, Subaru Canada Inc. has pulled their regular advertising campaigns and replaced them with messages of heartfelt thanks for our frontline workers including medical staff, emergency workers and essential service employees.

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