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Recently the local CIBC Wood Gundy branch presented a cheque for $6,971 to the United Way for West Kootenay Early Years children’s programs such as Stars for Success. - submitted photo
Recently the local CIBC Wood Gundy branch presented a cheque for $6,971 to the United Way for West Kootenay Early Years children’s programs such as Stars for Success.
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CIBC Miracle Day takes place on December 5. Miracle Day is an employee-driven fundraiser that started at a Wood Gundy branch in 1984. Every year on the first Wednesday in December, CIBC’s wholesale banking employees and participating CIBC Wood Gundy investment advisors donate their fees and commissions to help kids in need. Since inception, Miracle Day has raised $64 million for children’s charities across Canada and $214 million globally.

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