Brandt Group makes record-breaking donation to CNIB


The Brandt Group made a record-breaking donation to the Canadian Nationwide Institute for the Blind (CNIB) at a CFL recreation this week between the Edmonton Elk and Saskatchewan Roughriders.

In the course of the recreation, Brandt CEO Shaun Semple and chairman Gavin Semple delivered a $2 million cheque to CNIB’s vice-president of Western Canada, Christall Beaudry, and John M. Rafferty, CNIB president and CEO.

The cheque presentation occurred through the first quarter with (L-R): Shaun Semple, Brandt CEO; Christall Beaudry, CNIB’s vice-president of Western Canada; John M. Rafferty, president and CEO of CNIB; and Gavin Semple, Brandt’s chairman, collaborating together with the CNIB assist group. (Picture: Equipped)

“The work of CNIB is a recreation changer for 1000’s of Canadians whose lives have been impacted by blindness,” Shaun Semple stated in a associated launch. “Brandt is proud to supply tangible assist for important group programming by CNIB and its many initiatives.”

The donation shall be utilized by CNIB to develop its operations throughout Saskatchewan, together with kickstarting a Cell Hub initiative that can guarantee extra blind and partially sighted Canadians have entry to applications resembling know-how coaching, employment expertise workshops and leisure actions.

The reward was a part of Brandt’s Thanks a Billion philanthropic program, which has raised greater than $24 million over the previous decade. The supplier group hosted practically 3,500 staff on the recreation.


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