Nature’s Aid joins forces with the Nature Conservancy of Canada
Canadian-based, natural skin care company renews its New Year’s resolution to create eco-friendly products, and to keep striving for ways to improve sustainability and decrease their global footprint.
This New Years, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is pleased to announce their partnership with Nature’s Aid – a family-owned, Canadian-based, natural skin care company, committed to providing customers with exceptional, effective, natural products. At a time when Canadians all begin to think of their New Years resolutions, Nature’s Aid is happy to renew their commitment to the environment through this partnership with NCC.
Proceeds from the sale of Nature’s Aid’s new Bath and Shower products (up to $25,000) will support NCC’s work to preserve our country’s beautiful landscapes and the species that call them home.
As 2015 came to a close, Nature’s Aid invited Canadians to get outside and capture Canada’s beautiful wildlife in celebration of this partnership. The photo contest was open to all Canadians, with a chance to win a trip for two to the town Nature’s Aid is proud to call home, scenic Niagara-on-the-Lake.
After reviewing many fantastic entries from participants from all corners of the country, Nature’s Aid chose a stunning coastal shot of an iceberg, submitted by Victoria Howse, a resident of Newfoundland and Labrador. To see this, and other beautiful finalist entries, please visit www.facebook.com/NaturesAid.
Nature’s Aid and the Nature Conservancy of Canada wish all nature-lovers a warm and happy New Year, and encourage all Canadians to seek out the nature in their own back yards and consider resultions to keep nature beautiful for generations to come.
“As a company, we believe that business is about more than sales and profits. It is about giving back and using your success to better the world around you. That is why we have partnered with the Nature Conservancy of Canada; a well-respected, effective, credible charity that has a long standing history of positive advancements in protecting Canada’s natural habitats,” says Courtney Huberts, Commercial Director, Nature’s Aid Inc.
“The Nature Conservancy of Canada is happy to partner with Nature’s Aid,” said Dana Kleniewski, Director of Development & Communications in Ontario for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. “As an Ontario-based company, their emphasis on the protection and promotion of the environment goes hand-in-hand with NCC’s commitment to the conservation of Canadian wildlife for years to come.”
- Photo submissions were accepted through October and November, 2015.
- Nature’s Aid Inc. is based in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake, in Southern Ontario. The Nature Conservancy of Canada is currently focused on the conservation of several wildlife habitats in the Southern Ontario region, including the Southern Norfolk Sand Plain, The Essex Forests and Wetlands, and The Western Lake Erie Islands Natural Area.
About The Nature Conservancy of Canada:
The Nature Conservancy of Canada is the nation's leading land conservation organization, working to protect our most important natural areas and the species they sustain. Since 1962 NCC and its partners have helped to protect more than 1.1 million hectares (2.7 million acres) coast to coast.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada has conserved over 74,000 hectares (184,000 acres) in Ontario. For more information visit:www.natureconservancy.ca/on.
About Nature’s Aid Inc.:
Nature’s Aid was founded in 1999, inspired by the cosmetic and medical benefits of plants like aloe vera, witch hazel, and tea tree. Care and research go in to all Nature’s Aid beauty concepts, including the nourishing and healing Natural Skin Gel, a customer favorite. Nature’s Aid remains hard at work, creating new, natural, and organic products that provide the skin and hair benefits its customers have come to expect.
For more information about products and ingredients visit www.naturesaid.com.
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Media interviews and photos available upon request.
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