At Weller Pharmacy we believe in giving back to our community. In the past four years here are some activities that we have been proud to support: 


Kingston Area Minor Hockey Association

KAMHA was created in the Summer of 2008 and is the result of the joining of the former Kingston Township and Kingston Minor Hockey Associations. KAMHA is a full participating member of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA).  We sponsored the KAMHA Major Atom A Team from 2015 to 2016. 

Kingston Humane Society

KHS was founded in 1884 to provide shelter and care for homeless animals and investigate cases of animal cruelty in Kingston and the surrounding communities. We promote responsible pet ownership and compassion and respect for all animals. We were the Silver Sponsors of the Kingston Humane Society Big Paws event in 2018. 

Kingston Multicultual Festival

The Festival hosts live performances, art workshops and plenty of different traditional dishes from countries all over the world. The vibrancy and richness of this event are vital in promoting and sustaining cultural and artistic activities in Kingston. Weller Pharmacy supports multiculturalism as we are a multicultural pharmacy ourselves which is a true reflection of the diversity of cultures in our beautiful country. 

Kingston Easter Seals

Easter Seals Ontario provides programs and services to children and youth with physical disabilities across Ontario to help them achieve greater independence, accessibility and integration. We were the Silver Sponsors of the Kingston Easter Seals Week 2018.

Frontenac Flyers

Frontenac Flyers are a Junior ice hockey team based in Verona, Ontario, Canada. They play in the Empire B Junior C Hockey League of the Ontario Hockey Association. We sponsored the Frontenac Flyers Bantam Rep Team from 2015 to 2016.

National Wall of Remembrance Assn.

This project will create a single place of remembrance for all our fallen heroes - a place that families, friends and the general public can visit and remember. It will incorporate the names of the Canadians fallen in all conflicts of record, starting with the earliest. It's a Wall of Remembrance for both the living and the dead, a unique project by veterans and other proud Canadians.