In Support of Defeat Depression

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Cypher Environmental - Defeat Depression

The “Defeat Depression” is a fantastic pan-Canadian mental health campaign that raises funds through walks, runs and cycling events in communities across Canada.  All funds raised are used to raise awareness about mental illness, reduce the stigma that is often associated with mental illnesses and encourage more Canadian to become aware and involved with their mental health well-being. It is an extremely worthy cause that we believe in and support.  We have made a donation to the Alyssa Stevenson Eating Disorder Memorial Trust and we encourage you to join us in our support of the foundation. Find more information of the campaign at defeatdepression.ca.

Cypher Environmental at The Purple Party

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The Purple Party - Cypher Environmental

Saturday, November 17th was The Purple Party, a fundraiser to raise awareness for Pancreatic Cancer Research and Awareness. Not only was our team proud to support such a great cause, we had a great time too!  Here are a few photos from the evening. For more photos, visit our Facebook page.   Visit our Facebook page for more photos!

Proud to Support the Purple Party in Support of Pancreatic Cancer Research & Awareness

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The Purple Party - Cypher Environmental

At Cypher Environmental, corporate social responsibility is one of our core objectives.  Not only do we strive to create and distribute products that are friendly to the environment, we are also deeply committed to the issues of health, wellness and education in all the communities in which we operate. For a third consecutive year, Cypher Environmental is proud to support The Purple Party – in support of Pancreatic Cancer research and awareness, happening on November 17th, 2012.  All proceeds from the event will go to Pancreatic Cancer Canada for research and awareness efforts. It is our hope that new and better ways to diagnose and treat pancreatic cancer will be discovered through research and the quality of life for those living with this disease can be improved. Pancreatic Cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths in Canada and every year, about 4000 Canadians will be diagnosed.  Pancreatic cancer … Read More