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EloraFergusToday’s first annual Teddy Bear Caper raises $4,500 for Groves Memorial Community Hospital

EloraFergusToday and 45 local advertisers raise money for a good cause
EloraFergusToday's General Manager Liz O'Donnell drops off teddy bears to local hospital.

EloraFergusToday is helping put smiles on faces this holiday season with its first annual Teddy Bear Caper program.

The campaign, adopted from our sister site GuelphToday, calls on the local business community to purchase stuffed animals to be given out to children at the Groves Memorial Community Hospital over the holidays.

In addition to donating the stuffies, 100 per cent of all funds raised during this initiative go to the hospital.

GuelphToday has led the Teddy Bear Caper program in the Guelph area for the last four years, and we are thrilled to introduce this wonderful initiative to the Elora-Fergus community

The first annual Teddy Bear Caper in Elora-Fergus raised $4,500 and collected 45 sweet, cuddly teddy bears for children.

EloraFergusToday is proud to be a part of this worthwhile cause in an effort to give back to our community and make Christmas a little brighter for children and families in hospital over the holiday season.

Programs like this and support from businesses and community members - like you - help us to give back to Elora-Fergus.