Zochem Focuses on Supporting Kids and Families this Holiday Season

The end-of-year holiday season always takes on a special meaning for Zochem. It’s a time to focus on supporting the needs of families and children in their communities. Part of Zochem’s efforts this year was participation in the 14th annual “Miracle on Main Street” program in Brampton, Ontario. Organized by the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation and Halton Regional Police, the effort helped raise over $1,000,000 in combined donations and sponsorships for a toy drive and support to families living in need. The program has benefited thousands of children and their families.

Zochem president and CEO Mohit Sharma said, “We are honored to be able to participate in such a well-run community program. The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation, not only made it easy for us to get involved, we can quickly see the benefits it brings to those in need. There is no wondering whether the time or dollar investments were worthwhile.” Sharma continued, “We’re already thinking about how we can have an even bigger role this year.”

In past years, Zochem and its employees have supported other seasonal drives including The Kringle’s Kids Toy Drive which raised money for toys and contributions for the Dickson (Tennessee) County Help Center.

Childrens’ Book is another way that Zochem helps kids.

Mohit Sharma also wrote a beautifully illustrated children’s book with proceeds from sales benefiting children’s charities. “Zochy’s Adventures with Zinc Oxide,” presented by Zochem, is an educational tool for children to explore the vast applications of zinc oxide in their everyday world. The book is available for Amazon and other booksellers.