Unique Foods Canada Inc., distributors of Activate Vitamin Drinks, among other unique beverages, in collaboration with Brands for Canada, has announced they have donated 30,000 bottles of ‘Activate Vitamin Drinks’ water to Six Nations of the Grand River, the most populated Indigenous community in the country, made up of Mohawk, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca, Onondaga, and Tuscarora Nations.
The new campaign is focused on bringing clean water to First Nations Communities across Canada, as well to raise awareness to the issue of the lack of safe drinking water and challenge other companies to do more as well.
The Activate Vitamin Drinks were picked up on Tuesday, March 1, and will be delivered to the Six Nations Thermal Treatment Building, 2470 Fourth Line, Ohsweken, Ontario on Thursday, March 3, approximately at 12 noon. Activate Vitamin Drinks are an innovative line of beverages that allows the vitamins within the products to stay fresh and potent, offering a convenient way to get your daily allowance of nutrients.
Brand Development /PR lead, Unique Foods Canada Inc., Josh Silver added, “The mandate outlined for us in 2016 is to partner with key organizations, like Brands for Canada, that are at the forefront of helping communities affected by issues similar to the situation plaguing First Nation communities in Canada. To keep the conversation going on the social media sphere, we created #ActivateCommunity. We encourage everyone to join in on the conversation, so we can continue to raise awareness about the issue that has plagued many First Nation communities for years.”
This water initiative has been created as part of Unique Foods Canada’s growing corporate social responsibility program, and in tandem with the company’s upcoming Anniversary – celebrating 20 years of distributing unique beverages to Canadians across the country.