Heart to Home Meals

Heart to Home Meals

November 09, 2015 08:30 ET

Heart to Home Meals Gives Back to Veterans With Donation

The company and its franchisees donates $2,000 to the Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Campaign

BRAMPTON, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 9, 2015) - In honour of the brave men and women who have served in Canada's Armed Forces, Heart to Home Meals and its franchisees has donated $2,000 to the Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Campaign. Heart to Home Meals is a service that makes and delivers frozen meals for seniors.

"We are proud to say that a number of our customers are veterans," said Michael Gazer, president, Heart to Home Meals. "We have developed great relationships with these courageous individuals and wanted to do something as a company to acknowledge their bravery and sacrifice."

Heart to Home Meals is registered with Veterans Affairs Canada as a supplier to its Veteran's Independence Program which helps veterans remain healthy and independent in their principal residence.

"I have been a customer of Heart to Home Meals through the Veteran's program for five years," said Walter Jocey, a 91-year-old World War II veteran. "As I'm part of the program, my meals are free and because Heart to Home Meals delivers directly to my freezer, I don't have to worry about getting out to the store. This is a huge help because I'm not able to get out and about as much anymore."

For more information on Heart to Home Meals, visit www.hearttohomemeals.ca

About Heart to Home Meals:

Heart to Home Meals is a service based on a highly successful concept out of the UK called Wiltshire Farm Foods that has been in business for 25 years. Heart to Home Meals meets individual dietary needs and customers can choose from a range of more than 150 different items. There are no contracts or commitments and delivery is free in most cases.

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