National bank’s third annual ski benefit raises $9,000
Quebec, 3 March 2008 -
National Bank is pleased to announce it has donated $9,000 to the Fondation du Centre Psycho-Pédagogique de Québec as part of its third annual ski benefit held at Le Massif de la Petite-Rivière-St-François, in Quebec’s Charlevoix region on February 12.
The proceeds of the event will be used to contribute to the organization’s mission by providing financial support to École Saint-François, the only school in eastern Quebec dedicated to providing daily assistance to 160 young people with significant behavioural difficulties.
In 2007, the Bank and its subsidiaries, through corporate donations, sponsorships, in-branch fundraising activities and various benefit events, gave more than $20 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.
A photo is available and may be obtained by contacting Majorie Desrosiers at 418-647-6038.
From left to right: Alain Brunet, Senior Vice-President, National Bank Insurance and honorary co-president, Sylvain Potvin, member of the board of directors of the Fondation du Centre Psycho-pédagogique de Québec, Diane Déry, Vice-President – Commercial Banking, Quebec City and Eastern Quebec for National Bank, Jean-Marie Guay, General Manager of the Centre Psycho-pédagogique de Québec and Mario Lecaldare, Senior Vice-President – Commercial Banking for National Bank and honorary co-president.
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