Conference goers support Canada’s sick kids

SANTA FE, CA–During the Heavy Duty Aftermarket Canada (HDAC) annual conference, Phillips Industries raised $18,427 to support the conference’s primary charity, the SickKids Foundation. They build on donations gathered at the conference’s live auction events, which are held every year.

Heavy Duty Aftermarket Canada (HDAC) is the national trade association representing the Canadian heavy-duty aftermarket industry. 
This is the 17th year that HDAC has organized an event with the goal of raising money for the SickKids Foundation. Established in 1972 in Canada, the SickKids Foundation raises funds on behalf of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children. 
“Phillips’ charitable giving initiatives are an important part of the company philosophy, and we strongly support HDAC’s commitment to the SickKids Foundation,” saidMegan Vincent, marketing manager. “Phillips, along with all HDAC attendees, strives to donate as much as possible during this annual event.”  Since 2014, Phillips Industries has donated more than $65,000 to the foundation.

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