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Beer Store hosts Empty Bottle Returns fundraiser in support of Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation

July 21, 2022   ·   0 Comments

Stevenson Memorial Hospital is pleased to share that The Beer Store is supporting Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation (SMHF) with their Empty Bottle Returns fundraising program from July 4 – August 28, 2022.

Monetary donations from customers will also be accepted and donated to SMHF.

Participating Beer Stores include the Alliston (161 Yonge Street), Tottenham (55 Queen Street)

and Schomberg (17250 Hwy. #27) locations.

“We are so thankful for the incredible hospitals and community organizations we have across the Province of Ontario,” says Sarah Wark, District Manager, The Beer Store. “We recognize the tremendous efforts of these organizations, which had to be even further extended during the extraordinary circumstances of the past two years.

“At The Beer Store, we believe that we have a responsibility in our communities across the province to give back. For years, we have partnered with local charities as giving back to our communities is a part of our core business values.”

Added SMHF CEO Mary Thomas:  “When local community businesses step up to support Stevenson, it inspires me every time. The pandemic has created challenges for everyone including local business. so it’s especially meaningful to see this kind of ongoing commitment and support. This community is truly dedicated to the Because of you, we can Campaign and ensuring exceptional health care today, tomorrow and in the years to come. Thank you to The Beer Store for your support.”

The Because of you, we can Campaign is the largest campaign in the SMHF’s history, supporting

the redevelopment of Stevenson Memorial Hospital. The hospital’s redevelopment plan includes a revitalized Emergency Department, doubling the square footage of the hospital and tripling the amount of parking space.

Refreshed outpatient rooms, birthing suites and laboratory space are also included in the plans. With an Emergency Department built to manage 7,000 visits a year that currently manages close to 40,000 per year, along with a growing population in south Simcoe and surrounding communities, this redevelopment is needed today and for future generations.

For more information, to become involved or to donate, visit

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