Now more than ever,  everyday people across the country are finding it in their hearts to be heroes within their communities in whatever ways they can. Whether the effort is big or small, caring about others and doing your part to better each other are values that seem to be intrinsically Canadian. Fortunately, Waterloo Region is not short of such heroes as we continue to learn. Today, covidhealth.ca would like to highlight the actions of one man in particular- AMJ Campbell owner/partner, Lenny Malley.

AMJ Campbell is a sponsor of the Special Olympics and was planning to hold a Waterloo event in May 2020. Their event had been generously donated 5 pallets of cookies by Dare Cookie. With the event the cookies were meant to be distributed at postponed, Lenny made the call to coordinate the donation of the snacks to both the food bank and Nutrition for Learning. Nutrition for Learning continues to deliver snacks to students that usually rely on food from their schools throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Now more than ever,  everyday people across the country are finding it in their hearts to be heroes within their communities in whatever ways they can. Whether the effort is big or small, caring about others and doing your part to better each other are values that seem to be intrinsically Canadian. Fortunately, Waterloo Region is not short of such heroes as we continue to learn. Today, covidhealth.ca would like to highlight the actions of one man in particular- AMJ Campbell owner/partner, Lenny Malley.

AMJ Campbell is a sponsor of the Special Olympics and was planning to hold a Waterloo event in May 2020. Their event had been generously donated 5 pallets of cookies by Dare Cookie. With the event the cookies were meant to be distributed at postponed, Lenny made the call to coordinate the donation of the snacks to both the food bank and Nutrition for Learning. Nutrition for Learning continues to deliver snacks to students that usually rely on food from their schools throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lenny Malley (right) picks up sanitizer for distribution from Frontline Forward

Lenny Malley (right) picks up sanitizer for distribution from Frontline Forward

It is well known that Lenny has been contributing his time to his community now, just as he has been doing for years. As a volunteer helping with the distribution of PPE by covidhealth.ca, he personally drove 10 boxes of hand sanitizer to Toronto to be divided between Unity Health Hospital and the Metis Provincial Office.

It doesn’t take one person doing everything but rather everyone doing something to get through this crisis together. From all of us here at Covidhealth.ca and your neighbours across this province: thank you, Lenny. Nothing that any of us do is too big or too small to deserve recognition.

It is well known that Lenny has been contributing his time to his community now, just as he has been doing for years. As a volunteer helping with the distribution of PPE by covidhealth.ca, he personally drove 10 boxes of hand sanitizer to Toronto to be divided between Unity Health Hospital and the Metis Provincial Office.

It doesn’t take one person doing everything but rather everyone doing something to get through this crisis together. From all of us here at Covidhealth.ca and your neighbours across this province: thank you, Lenny. Nothing that any of us do is too big or too small to deserve recognition.

Written by: Bram Sharp

Written by: Bram Sharp