National Bank donates $150,000 to École de technologie supérieure
Montreal, 26 September 2005 -
National Bank is pleased to contribute to the fundraising campaign of École de technologie supérieure with a donation of $150,000.
The funds raised during this campaign will be used by ETS to improve the educational environment, support technology research and renovate its campus.
“Technological advances are key to business growth and École de technologie supérieure plays a leading role in training the next generation of engineering and technology specialists who will be participating in that growth. National Bank is proud to help ETS reach its goal and further its mission,” said David Pinsonneault, Vice-President – Commercial Banking.
In 2004, the Bank and its subsidiaries, through corporate donations, sponsorships, in-branch fundraising activities and various benefit events, gave $12 million to hundreds of Canadian education, health care, cultural and community organizations.
More information on the many causes and projects the Bank supports as part of its commitment to the communities it serves can be found in the Bank’s Social Responsibility Report on its website at www.nbc.ca.
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National Bank donated $150,000 to École de technologies supérieures at the launch of its fundraising campaign on September 21, 2005. Pictured left to right: David Pinsonneault, Vice-President – Commercial Banking, National Bank; Suzanne Lalonde, Campaign Manager; Gilles Rousseau, Director of Industry Relations and Development Fund; and Yves Beauchamp, ing., Ph. D., Director General - École de technologie supérieure.
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