Chatham-Kent Shoppers Drug Mart Stores Help Women Feel Beautiful, Inside and Out Chatham-Kent Shoppers Drug Mart Stores Help Women Feel Beautiful, Inside and Out – Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation

Chatham-Kent Shoppers Drug Mart Stores Help Women Feel Beautiful, Inside and Out

Pictured above are representatives from Chatham-Kent Shoppers Drug Mart Stores and Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation (CKHAF), at a cheque presentation July 30th, 2019. From left are Mary Lou Crowley, President & CEO, CKHAF; Jillian Barnes, Cosmetics Manager, Shoppers Wallaceburg; Jennifer Greenway, Shoppers Chatham Queen Street Location; and Monique Martin, Shoppers Blenheim.

BLENHEIM, ON – Tuesday July 30, 2019, representatives from all Shoppers Drug Mart locations in Chatham-Kent presented Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation with a cheque for $4,000. A portion of these funds will be directed towards Chatham-Kent Health Alliance’s existing mental health services, in hopes of improving the services offered to women struggling with mental illnesses. The rest of the donation will be used for the hospital’s highest priority needs.

This donation was a result of the Shoppers Drug Mart Beauty Gala fundraiser. This company wide event brings women together for a day of pampering, including skin consultations and makeovers, with all funds donated to support community-based women’s health programs.

“We are always happy to see local businesses taking initiative to improve health care in our community.” says Mary Lou Crowley, President & CEO, Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation. “It is especially great to see the Blenheim, Wallaceburg and Chatham locations working together to maximize their impact. We are very grateful for this generous donation”.

Shoppers will be continuing their charitable efforts and holding another Beauty Mingle event on Saturday, August 10. Tickets are ten dollars, and proceeds will be going towards the Look Good Feel Better program that teaches female cancer patients beauty techniques to combat the appearance related side effects of cancer treatments. For more information visit

About Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation

Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation (CKHAF) was formed in 2019 as the result of the amalgamation of The Public General Hospital Foundation of Chatham, Sydenham District Hospital Foundation and Foundation of Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. CKHAF links the community of Chatham-Kent with its local hospital by raising money through philanthropic initiatives. These funds are used in the purchase of equipment and other items in the pursuit of excellence in patient-centred care at the Chatham and Wallaceburg sites of Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. Since 1998, more than $44 million has been raised for local healthcare in Chatham-Kent by CKHAF and its predecessor organizations. To find out how you can join together with the Foundation and other members of your community to make a difference that will last for years to come, visit

For more information please contact:

Mary Lou Crowley, President & CEO
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation
9 Ursuline Ave, PO BOX 2030
Chatham, ON N7M 5L9

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