Kids charities benefit from CIBC Miracle Day

Dec 7, 2011

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TORONTO, Dec. 7, 2011 /CNW/ -

Right to Play accepts $55,000 donation at CIBC Miracle Day, where CIBC's wholesale banking employees and participating CIBC Wood Gundy Investment Advisors their fees and commissions to help kids in-need. CIBC Miracle Day has raised more than $60 million since it began in 1984.

Left to Right: Sarah Stern, Right to Play; The Honourable Jim Prentice, Vice Chairman CIBC; Curt Harnett, three-time Olympic medalist; Brian Stemmle, Canadian Ski Hall of Fame Inductee; Robert Witchel, Right to Play; Julia Moynihan Executive Director, CIBC; Hayley Wickenheiser, four-time Olympic medalist.

Image with caption: "Right to Play accepts $55,000 donation at CIBC Miracle Day, where CIBC's wholesale banking employees and participating CIBC Wood Gundy Investment Advisors their fees and commissions to help kids in-need. CIBC Miracle Day has raised more than $60 million since it began in 1984. Left to Right: Sarah Stern, Right to Play; The Honourable Jim Prentice, Vice Chairman CIBC; Curt Harnett, three-time Olympic medalist; Brian Stemmle, Canadian Ski Hall of Fame Inductee; Robert Witchel, Right to Play; Julia Moynihan Executive Director, CIBC; Hayley Wickenheiser, four-time Olympic medalist. (CNW Group/CIBC World Markets)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20111207_C4902_PHOTO_EN_7952.jpg


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