The Regina-based grain handling company Viterra is partnering with STARS to sponsor its 2016 calendar.
The calendar will feature the history of how STARS came to be as it marks 30 years serving Saskatchewan. It will also tell the stories of VIPs (Very Important Patients).
“The STARS calendar campaign is our second largest single fundraising program,” said Andrea Robertson, STARS President and CEO.
The announcement was made at Viterra’s Balgonie grain terminal and the calendars will be also be available at Viterra facilities across Western Canada.
“We’re excited to be partnering with a great organization like STARS, and support the important work they do in providing access to emergency medical care for rural residents,” said Kyle Jeworski, Viterra’s President and CEO for North America.
The calendars will be available until December 11.