Close to $1,500 raised through ink cartridge sales

Nelson's Cowan Office Supply ran the campaign for three months and donated proceeds to Kalein Hospice Society.

Paul Cowan (left) and Andy Cowan (right) presented a cheque for $1,467 to Anni Holtby of the Kalein Hospice Centre Society.

Cowan Office Supply donated part proceeds from the sale of re-done printer cartridges to Kalein.

For every sale of a remanufactured toner cartridge, $5 was donated. For every inkjet cartridge, $2 was donated.

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