DAN CEARNS The Standard
SCUGOG: Local company, Student Lawn and Labour, has started a charity drive for the Wounded Warrior foundation.
Until early September, $2 from every lawn they cut will be donated to the charity to support wounded Canadian troops.
Student Lawn and Labour is a company based out of Port Perry that handles lawn care for residents of Scugog Township.
Garret McLaren, from Student Lawn and Labour, told The Standard that they chose the charity after being inspired by the work that his friend, Michael Twohey’s, mother did for the cause.
“At one time she took a few weeks off work to do some fundraising for the Wounded Warriors and that inspired me, so when I had a chance to do a charity, this is the one that I chose,” he said. “It was a charity that I really liked, so we decided to start this fundraiser.”
For more information about the company or the fundraiser, phone 289-685-5194.
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