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BELFOR Canada Becomes National Sponsor of Women In Insurance Cancer Crusade

BELFOR Property Restoration is now a National Sponsor of the Women In Insurance Cancer Crusade (WICC). BELFOR has been a contributor in a variety of ways for several years but felt it was important to become a National Sponsor given the impact of this disease on all Canadians in one way or another.

WICC stands out in the insurance and restoration industry in their mission to fund research and raise awareness, and has brought the Canadian insurance industry together as a single body with one common goal of fighting this terrible disease. Since the inception of WICC in 1996, with the help of the entire insurance industry and its supporters, over $11,000,000 has been raised in support of cancer research and education.

Read the WICC 2015 Gala Thank You Letter to BELFOR.

BELFOR Canada and BCAA Give Back

From riding a horse to interacting with it, therapeutic horseback riding has amazing benefits for people with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities. The Southlands Therapeutic Riding Society (STaRS), a non-profit charitable organization, received a "makeover" with the help of BCAA (British Columbia Automobile Association). Over 100 BCAA employees and BELFOR Canada volunteers rolled up their sleeves to paint, clean, build and make repairs at the Vancouver based horseback riding facility that offers therapeutic riding lessons for people with special needs.

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