Give Back with Avery Canada & Buy One, Donate One + a Giveaway

Hello Cochrane, Alberta:

I know we’re only half way through the summer holidays and no one wants to be thinking about ‘Back to School’ just yet (gah! I said it out loud!), but I wanted to let you know about a national initiative by Avery Products Canada – Buy One, Donate One!


Avery Canada continues its #AveryGivesBack initiative for a 3rd year, donating school supplies to students from under-resourced schools all across Canada. Avery believes that education is a valuable and essential instrument to changing the world around us for the better, and they want to ensure that every student is provided with the right tools to stay organized and be ready for the school year.
 

How does it work?  

It’s really easy!

With every binder purchased at your local Staples store (in-store or online), or through the Avery Canada Website, Avery Canada will donate a binder to a Canadian student in need.

Teaming up with Hannah Alper, a philanthropist and young change-maker (and also a friend of mine), and with the Pinball Clemons Foundation ,  Avery Canada aims to ensure that kids across Canada will get the help they need to be prepared for the school year.
 

If you’re planning on buying a binder anyway this school year,  why not buy a binder that gives back and helps someone?
 


AND… it’s GIVEAWAY time!
 

Follow the rules of the Rafflecopter widget below and WIN yourself (or the teenager in your life) an #AveryGivesBack Prize Pack (arv $30). Winner must be over the age of 18 and be a resident of Canada. Giveaway ends at 12:01am MST August 8, 2018. Winner has 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be selected.

 

Good Luck!

 

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***This is a sponsored post by Avery Canada***

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Samantha Nickerson

Samantha is the Founder of Urbancasual.ca and is also the Lead Content Creator. She is a community inspired individual who is always looking for better ways to serve and connect the community, whether it be through the sharing of stories or organizing local events.

Samantha also designs websites & is a digital marketer.

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