VANCOUVER -- Calling all burger fans! Helping those living with multiple sclerosis (MS) has never tasted so good! A&W Food Services of Canada Inc. celebrates the 10th annual Burgers to Beat MS campaign this today, August 16 when $2 from every Teen Burger sold across the country will be donated to the MS Society of Canada.
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A&W Canada invites Canadians to get involved by joining Christine Sinclair—two-time Olympic bronze medalist and Canadian women's national soccer team captain—on the Burgers to Beat MS Team and show their support for those living with MS. Sinclair knows first-hand the impact that MS has—her mother, Sandi, who was also her childhood soccer coach, lives with the disease—and she wants to encourage all Canadians to come together to help find a way to beat the disease.
Now through Thursday, August 16: round up your bill at the A&W register; purchase limited-edition stickers for $2 each; give through in-restaurant donation mugs; and donate directly to the campaign at www.BurgersToBeatMS.ca.
Burgers to Beat MS is in its 10th consecutive year and has raised nearly $840,000 so far in 2018, adding to the $11 million previously raised through the campaign. A&W is aiming to raise more than $2 million this year. Money raised through Burgers to Beat MS helps the MS Society of Canada to: fund world-class MS research, programs and services, and advocacy efforts that improve the quality of life for Canadians living with and affected by the disease.
For more information, visit www.BurgersToBeatMS.ca.
SOURCE A&W Food Services of Canada Inc.
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