The Chopped Leaf Partners with Darnell Nurse

The Chopped Leaf and Darnell Nurse

OAKVILLE, Ont. — The Chopped Leaf has plans to raise more than $20,000 in donations for Free Play for Kids in partnership with Edmonton Oilers defenceman, Darnell Nurse. The fundraiser is taking place during the month of March and customers can make a $2 donation at their local restaurant to help youth access sport and activities. w

“We are helping children in our own backyards. It is our responsibility to do what we can to support an organization that brings opportunities to those in need,” says Blair Stevens, brand president of The Chopped Leaf. “Our brand is committed to making people feel good, and this initiative is an extension of that. We invite all our guests to make a small donation that will leave a lasting impact.”

“Free Play needs community support. Seventy per cent of our funding comes from everyday people giving a gift of $2, $5 or $10,” says Tim Adams, CEO of Free Play for Kids. “We rely on donations from Edmontonians to help us take care of kids who really need us. We are so grateful to Chopped Leaf and our program ambassador Darnell Nurse for helping build more support for the kids we care so much about.”

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