Congratulations to our friends at Vancouver-based Amacon development company, who’ve celebrated their dedication to charity with Western Canada’s largest Christmas tree this week.
The tree, more than 75 feet high, was lit at a fun-filled family event benefitting local charities and communities—complete with a children’s choir, photos with Santa, and treats for all.
As a family-owned business, Amacon is committed to giving back to the community. This year, the company partnered with Honour House, the Vancouver Children’s Festival, and the Rare Disease Foundation at BC Children’s Hospital. This is Amacon’s 13th year celebrating the holidays with Western Canada’s largest Christmas tree; the company is also celebrating a philanthropic milestone: more than $1 million dollars invested in local charities that improve the lives of Canadians.
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