PanAmerican Seed donates impatiens money to vision charities

Beacon
Beacon
PanAmerican Seed is continuing its charitable give-back to less
widely-known causes through annual donations on behalf of Beacon Impatiens. The disease-resistant Beacon series is entering year three. PanAmerican Seed
announces the 2022 Beacon Impatiens charitable donation will fight low vision issues, such as macular degeneration – a disease affecting the eyesight of millions of people worldwide. Money will go to Spectrios
Institute for Low Vision (www.spectrios.org) and the Macular Society (www.macularsociety.org).

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