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June 18, 2014

Artina’s Jewellery “Let It Rain” Charity Water Bottle For ONEXONE

This summer, Artina’s Jewellery of Victoria and Vancouver generously donated $5000 to ONEXONE’s First Nations School Breakfast Program.

The donation was supported by the proceeds from the “Let It Rain” charity water bottle; a reusable canteen created by local aboriginal artist and co-designer of the 2010 Olympic Games medals, Corrine Hunt. Half of the bottles’ sales were donated to ONEXONE to help increase nutrition, food literacy and scholastic success in First Nations Communities 

To purchase your own water bottle and help support our First Nations School Breakfast Program, please visit Artina’s Jewellery today!

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