3 August 2016
Avery Products gives back
WHITBY, ON—Avery Products Canada (a division of CCL Industries), has launched the #AveryGivesBack campaign, which has already provided 7,500 kits filled with its stationery supplies to local schools and communities. The campaign aims to prepare students for the upcoming school year by providing them with binders, dividers, highlights and tabs.

 Left to right: Hannah Alpe, Michael “Pinball” Clemmons

The manufacturer of self-adhesive labels, labeling software, and other products, is working on the campaign with the support of The Michael “Pinball” Clemmons Foundation (MPCF) and young change maker Hannah Alper.

"Avery Products Canada is pleased to be working with MPCF and Hannah Alper on this great program to give back to local schools and communities,” Lynn Livesey, general manager of Avery Canada, said. “At Avery we truly believe in caring and supporting each other so this program is a natural extension of what we do every day.”

Clemons and Harper were documented while creating and distributing the kits in hopes of inspiring others to do the same. Avery will donate $1 every time their video is shared, (up to $5,000 ) to the MPCF.
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