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That is right – 51% of all of our profits goes to the non-profit or charity that you choose. We are the very first website in the world to have done this, no kidding! And what is even cooler than that is that we are 100% Canadian owned and operated. Be proud. Be compassionate and be connected. Buy your contact lenses with us at Contactsforless.ca and help us feed a child, save a forest, protect a habitat or provide aid to a community in need. So many options. Your dollar matters – so make it work.
…oh and thank you to the thousands of contact lens buyers who have switched over from the mega-huge corporate websites. We love you and thank you making the permanent switch to us – and for helping us raise thousands of dollars. Also remember that almost half of our labor budget goes towards working to educate Canadians and people around the world too. We spend a lot of our money on social media and educational posts that promote these groups and their important causes. We do more than just TALK. We also WALK THE TALK.
Thank you again and from all of us here, a big hug to all of our amazing customers! We could not do this without you – literally!
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This Month’s Highlighted Cause
Adoption Council of Canada
The Adoption Council of Canada understands that families aren’t always bound by blood, and so do we. It’s important that every child has a family, a stability, however old they are. Unwanted children across Canada deserve all the love in the world, and families wanting to adopt a child should be given all the help they can. This is one of the many reasons why we at ContactsforLess.ca support the work of Adoption Council of Canada.
The Adoption Council of Canada (ACC) is the umbrella organization for adoption in Canada. It strives to inform, educate and provide Canadians with resources about adoption issues in Canada.
The scope of the ACC not only addresses the needs of children in care, waiting to be adopted, but also those of older adoptees, birth families and adoptive families.