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Social Responsibility

Vitrum™ Glass Group, clearly making a difference.

Vitrum™ Glass Group is a firm believer in giving back to the community and the planet in which we live. These are some of the charities we support.

Food For Famine Society (FFF) is a Langley, BC based humanitarian organization helping to save the lives of children under the age of five suffering from Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM). Maria Martini was inspired to make a difference after learning how a fortified peanut paste known as Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) was being used to treat SAM. This life saving treatment contains the necessary vitamins and nutrients a malnourished child would need to become healthy.

Since 1993, Dreams Take Flight Vancouver has flown deserving children from BC to Disneyland. Their goal is to provide the trip of a lifetime once a year to 125 children with physical, mental and social challenges.

There are currently about 600 client families registered at the Langley Food Bank. Including dependents, they are helping over 1,000 people with their food requirements each week.

The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley provides youth with a role model to talk to and to share the experiences of growing up with.

Founded in 2003 and located at the Patti Dale Animal Shelter, Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS) is a non-profit dedicated to enhancing animal welfare and fostering the human-animal bond. With a dedicated team of experienced animal welfare professionals, and passionate volunteers, LAPS strives to meet the unique needs of each animal that comes under its care.

Little Warriors is a national charitable organization focused on the awareness, prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse.

Vitrum Glass Group is committed to promoting and protecting human rights at home and abroad and is continuously working to ensure that our supply chains are free from forced labour and child labour.

VITRUM Glass Group – 2023 Annual Report – Forced Labour in Canadian Supply Chain Act 2

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