Send a CandyGram with A Loving Spoonful


Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 — 7:53am PST
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It’s never too early to think about how you can send a thoughtful, sweet, and funny message to a special someone in your life. A Loving Spoonful CandyGrams are now available to purchase for Valentine’s Day, with proceeds going directly to assisting those with HIV/AIDS in Vancouver.

A Loving Spoonful CandyGrams

This year our CandyGrams will include a special-edition Valentine’s Day card, a message of your choice, two Purdy’s chocolates, a McDonald’s coupon, and two gummy hearts.

Pick one of 150 creative and fun Valentine’s messages and send this treat to someone you like or love for just $10!

While A Loving Spoonful is based in Vancouver, you can send your CandyGrams anywhere in Canada. For on-time delivery (via Canada Post) by or before Valentine’s Day, orders must be placed on or before February 1st for Eastern Canada, on or before February 2nd for Western Canada, and on or before February 6th for Metro Vancouver.

A Loving Spoonful is a volunteer-driven, non-partisan society that provides free, nutritious meals to people living with HIV/AIDS in Greater Vancouver. Each year, A Loving Spoonful’s volunteers deliver over 100,000 meals to those in need, and with very little government funding, they rely on the generosity of the community.

Follow A Loving Spoonful on Facebook and Twitter (tag: #candygram) for more information.

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One comment

  1. patti says:

    we ordered 2 candy grams for our grandchildren to be sent to Kelowna, they did not arrive. When I call 2 weeks ago to Loving Spoonful was told this can happen, I asked to be reimbursed, the lady I spoke with said they could not give us our money back because it was a non profit organization. Although it was only $20 it is the principle! I was told a manager would call me back, no one called back. I am going to contact Global News as they promoted this Valentines idea, very unhappy!

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