PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ. VOUS. Influencers

PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ. VOUS. Influencers

Sophie Prégent recruits her celebrity friends for the PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ.VOUS. program aiming at improving the health of Canadian women in body, mind and spirit

For a seventh year, Pharmaprix continues to champion women’s health, all in an effort to help them stay focused on being their best. This year, Sophie Prégent, actress and President of the UDA (Union des Artistes) recruits 6 celebrity ambassador friends to join her in promoting women’s health: public figure and blogger Virginie Coossa, popular fashion blogger and breast cancer survivor Lolitta Dandoy, TV host and author Alexandra Diaz, singer and TV host Marieme Ndiaye, radio and TV host Isabelle Racicot, and make-up artist and blogger Mlle Geri.

These ambassadors will partake in the PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ.VOUS. events that will be held throughout the year to support various women’s health initiatives such as the upcoming PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ.VOUS. Course pour les femmes (May 28 in Quebec City and June 4 in Montreal) benefiting women’s mental health programs at the Montreal General Hospital Foundation and Fondation CERVO in Quebec City.

A strong support system around AIMEZ.VOUS.
The course of women’s busy lives can distract them from taking care of themselves. The PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ.VOUS. program provides services to help women help themselves and is a true catalyst for change regarding women's health.

“I’m very lucky to be surrounded by caring and inspiring friends who happily joined me in the PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ.VOUS. program. Together, we wish more than anything to put women’s health at the forefront. We all care deeply about the issue, having ourselves, or known a close friend or family member, lived through personal health hurdles. We want to remind Quebec women that it must be a priority in their everyday lives. More than ever, it is imperative to bring various facets affecting women’s health to light and learn about the solutions together, as a community.’’

A lasting commitment to improving women’s health
Over the past seven years, Shoppers Drug Mart and Pharmaprix have put women's health first by raising more than $67 million on behalf of its customers, associate owners and their store teams – including $15 million in Quebec alone.  These funds have benefited more than 1.5 million women through local, regional and national women's health initiatives, including 345,000 Quebec women.

The PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ.VOUS. program continues to strengthen its commitment by supporting local women's health initiatives. Activities and awareness initiatives this year include the participation of its new celebrity ambassadors, such as:

Galas Beauté

May 6, Montreal

Spring Edition, with Alexandra Diaz

 

Supporting women’s mental health programs at the Montreal General Hospital Foundation & Fondation CERVO in Quebec City.

TBD Montreal

Summer Edition, with Isabelle Racicot

Supporting local women’s health initiatives selected for participation in the Pharmaprix Growing Women’s Health program in communities across Québec.

TBD Montreal

Holiday Edition, with Lolitta Dandoy

Supporting the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation.

 

Courses pour les Femmes

May 28, Quebec City

 

 

With Alexandra Diaz

 

 

With Marieme Ndiaye, spokesperson of Courez pour la cause*

Supporting women’s mental health. Funds amassed during the campaign will benefit the Fondation CERVO.

*Courez pour la cause is a mental health education program that provides female high school students with information about and strategies for managing mental health while also incorporating training for a 5 km race.  

June 4, Montreal

With Alexandra Diaz

Supporting women’s mental health programs at the Montreal General Hospital Foundation

Jour du CLIN D’OEIL

June 15, Montreal

 

With Mlle Gerri

Supporting the Look Good Feel Better workshops.

Société des obstétriciens et gynécologues du Québec

September

(online at pharmaprixaimezvous.ca)

With Virginie Coossa

Partnering with the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (SOGC) to launch the findings from Canada’s 1st ever clinical practice guidelines on Canadian women’s nutrition.

Cultiver la santé des femmes

September 9, Montreal

With Isabelle Racicot

Supporting local women’s health initiatives selected for participation in the Pharmaprix Growing Women’s Health program in communities across Québec.