TORONTO, ON–(Marketwired – September 07, 2016) – Scotiabank is proud to once again be the title sponsor of the Scotiabank Aids Walk, taking place this month in 28 communities across Canada.
Founded 30 years ago, money raised through the walk contributes to developing and maintaining services and projects to more than 65,000 Canadians from coast to coast. To date, the Scotiabank Aids Walk has raised more than $42 million.
Register to walk, make a donation or show your support of the walkers by cheering them along the walk route in the following communities across Canada.
Scotiabank has been title sponsor of the walk since 2008 and involved since 2007.
About the Canadian AIDS Society
The Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) is a national coalition of community-based AIDS organizations across Canada. CAS is dedicated to strengthening the response to HIV/AIDS across all sectors of society, and to enriching the lives of people and communities living with HIV/AIDS. For more information, please visit www.cdnaids.ca.
Through our global community investment strategy, Scotiabank and its employees support causes at a grassroots level. Recognized as a leader for our charitable donations and philanthropic activities, in 2015, Scotiabank contributed $67 million to help our communities around the world.
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