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GuelphToday Teddy Bear Caper raises $8,500 for Guelph General Hospital

GuelphToday and advertisers raise money for a good cause
GuelphToday general manager Liz O'Donnell holds a stuffed pig and moose for newborn twins. Anam Khan/GuelphToday

GuelphToday has continued its annual holiday tradition by donating 85 stuffed animals to be given out to children at Guelph General Hospital over the holidays.

Each $100 bear is donated as part of GuelphToday's annual Teddy Bear Caper program is sponsored by a local business and tagged by the business so the recipient knows who the bear is from.

This is GuelphToday's fourth year running the program that has been running for approximately 19 years in Guelph.

All funds collected from this initiative are donated to The Foundation of Guelph General Hospital.

This year, the program raised $8,500.


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