Kraft Cares Campaign Raises $4,373 For BZS

February 1, 2020 | 1 Comment

KraftHeinz and Butterfield & Vallis completed the third quarter of their Kraft Cares Campaign at the end of October, resulting in a cheque for $4,373 being presented to the Bermuda Zoological Society.

For a limited time, with the purchase of any Kraft Cheese product at stores throughout Bermuda, a percentage of sales was accrued to be donated to the Bermuda Zoological Society.

Lauren Purvey, KraftHeinz Sales Manager presenting the cheque to Dr Ian Walker, Principal Curator of the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo

Kraft Cares cheque presentation to BZS Bermuda Jan 2020

Bermuda Zoological Society is the major support charity for Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo. It funds community outreach projects and public events, award-winning exhibits, world-class animal care, plus top-ranked education, conservation and research programmes—all accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums [AZA]. BZS is committed to encouraging future generations to become stewards of the natural world.

“A cheque will be presented to Meals on Wheels as the recipient of the fourth quarter proceeds,” a spokesperson said.

“Starting today and for a limited time, [in conjunction with the start of Heart Month], funds raised from the Kraft Cares campaign, will be donated to the Bermuda Heart Foundation.

“The management & staff of both KraftHeinz and Butterfield & Vallis would like to thank everyone for purchasing Kraft Cheese and supporting these incredible charities.”

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  1. skinny says:

    And there it is! We have homeless and mental ill people walking around Hamilton City all day and we can’t figure out how to help them, but we can give money for animals! I love animals too, but most of them should be left in their own habitat in the wild!

    Oh well, and lets remember one of the 1st laws on the island in the 1600′s was to save the turtles, but you can enslave people!? Go figure!

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