|Each year, team members and customers at Toys”R”Us Canada and Babies”R”Us Canada spread smiles through our annual Starlight Star program.For as little as $1, you can buy a star in-store or online to help support seriously ill children, like Victor in your local community. The funds go to support sick kids in through in and out-of-hospital programs in your area. Last year, team members and customers of Toys”R”US helped to raise over a record-breaking amount of funds!|
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Don’t forget about the wrapping this holiday, especially when it can help put a smile on a child’s face!
Bouclair stores are partnering with Starlight Canada to bring smiles to children’s faces this holiday season and give you a chance to win!
Oscar the Nutcracker will be on sale for $3 in-store or online, with proceeds donated to Starlight. Customers will have the chance to win $150 each week for taking a photo of Oscar the Nutcracker and sharing it on their social feeds until December 24, 2016.
Meet Flash, the eighth Limited Edition Collectible Starlight Bear for 2016 that was designed with the help of 7 year old Noah, who lives with Pompe disease. Noah is a courageous young boy who was diagnosed with Pompe disease when he was only 2 in 2011. Pompe disease is a rare genetic disorder that affects muscle growth and, in Noah’s case, means he has an enlarged heart. Flash is available for purchase at any Toys”R”Us location across Canada, as well as on the Toys”R”Us website at www.toysrus.ca/flash. Pick up the perfect holiday gift today and help brighten the lives of other seriously ill children, such as Noah.
SCADDABUSH Richmond Hill, located at 155A York Blvd in Toronto, combines their passion for Italian food, family and generosity to raise funds for Starlight Canada by donating the net proceeds of their Charity Bread – a house-made, fresh-herbed focaccia, baked until golden brown and covered in a warm, rosemary parmesan and garlic butter.
Join them this holiday season and share some of this savoury dish in support of helping families cope.