CIBC helps Stars for Success

CIBC Wood Gundy recently donated $2,652 to the regional Stars for Success program, a Success by 6 initiative.

CIBC Wood Gundy recently donated $2,652 to the regional Stars for Success program, a Success by 6 initiative that provides funding for families who need extra support to enroll their children in community and recreational programs throughout the West Kootenay. Stars for Success provides $100 per child per year towards program registration fees. Locally, Success By 6 has gratefully received support from CIBC Wood Gundy since 2010 for the Stars program. Pictured here from left are Donna Bontje, client associate, CIBC Wood Gundy; Robert Trickey, branch manager and investment advisor; Alison Salo, West Kootenay Early Years coordinator; and investment advisors Simon Wheeldon, Peter Cameron, Ed Mannings, and Matthew Peschke.

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