Canadians are encouraged to wear their Red Mittens in favor of Canadian athletes on National Red Mitten Day. Every Canadian's Red mittens represent the pride, generosity, and excellence of each individual.
Every Canadian, from the sweetest newborn to the most experienced family member, wear your mittens with pride and love each individual as they pursue their dreams.
How to celebrate #nationalredmittensday
Buy a pair or wear your red mittens. For every pair of $15 CDN mittens purchased at Hudson's Bay or on thebay.com, $3.90 CDN will go to assist Canadian athletes. The Red Mittens' funding helps ensure that Canadian Olympians and next-generation athletes have access to top-quality coaching, equipment, sports medicine, nutrition, and other high-performance services that make up a world-class daily training environment.
The proceeds from each pair of Red Mittens' auction go to help Canadian athletes. The Red Mittens alone have raised more than $32 million for the Canadian Olympic Foundation, raising more than $32 million for the Canadian Olympic Foundation to date.
To post on social media, use the hashtag #NationalRedMittensDay.
History of national red mittens day has a rich tradition
National Red Mitten Day was established by Hudson's Bay to encourage Canadians to show their love for Canadian athletes and display their national pride by wearing the company's Red Mittens. On November 21st, the Red Mittens will be sold to help Canadian Athletes in pursuing their dreams.
Hudson's Bay's Red Mittens have been the country's most iconic symbol of Canadian Olympic pride since its inception in the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Every sale of a pair of Red Mittens to charity help Canadian athletes. The Red Mittens alone have raised more than $30 million for the Canadian Olympic Foundation to date.
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Michelle Veilleux Public Relations Director David Pessim, a public relations specialist, is in charge of public relations. Hudson's Bay 416-256-5182 [email protected]