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CloroxPro releases short documentary about Toronto community leader

In "Keeper: The Patrick Shaw Story," Patrick Shaw recounts how his basketball team able to continue practicing and playing despite pandemic lockdowns with the help of CloroxPro
Patrick Shaw
Patrick Shaw. Photography courtesy CloroxPro

CloroxPro has released a short documentary about how a local community used the brand’s products during the pandemic. 

In Keeper: The Patrick Shaw StoryPatrick Shaw recounts how he ensured the players of his team – Sisters Keeper – were able to continue practicing and playing despite lockdowns.

At that time, Shaw (executive director of My Brothers & Sisters Keeper Youth Organization) was also serving as a community liaison for Black Creek Community Health Centre, an organization that predominantly serves BIPOC residents in the Jane and Finch neighbourhood.

To help ensure that the facilities remain clean and safe for participants and staff, CloroxPro provided Sisters Keeper with products and disinfecting solutions.

"We are proud to be able to highlight this engaging documentary which showcases the importance of community," said Barley Chironda, national healthcare sales director and infection control specialist at Clorox Canada, in a statement. "We played only a small role in this story of determination, perseverance, and resilience. When people of all ages and from all backgrounds watch this film, we know they'll be as motivated as we have been by Patrick Shaw and Sisters Keeper to show up for their community in whatever way they can."

Watch the film below.

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