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For Team CIBC, giving back is personal. Each year thousands of employees give generously to causes that matter most to them. We aim to make a difference in communities through corporate donations, sponsorship and the volunteer and giving spirit of our team. Together, we are - #OneforChange.

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Miracle Day

CIBC Miracle Day has been helping kids reach their potential for almost 35 years. On the first Wednesday of every December, our CIBC Capital Markets team and CIBC Wood Gundy Investment Advisors give back to our communities by donating their fees and commissions to charities that help kids rise above. Today, CIBC Miracle Day is one of Canada’s largest one-day corporate fundraising events devoted to helping over 500 Canadian children’s charities.

Learn more about CIBC Miracle Day

Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure

CIBC employees have played a significant role in making the Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure one of the most successful and respected volunteer-led fundraising events in Canada. With more than 1,100 banking centres from coast-to-coast, our employee volunteers – led by CIBC Run Champions – rally their colleagues, clients, family and friends to run, walk, fundraise and volunteer each year to support a cause that’s close to our hearts.

2018 marks the 22nd year of CIBC’s title sponsorship of the Run and we continue to be passionate and are dedicated to helping the Canadian Cancer Society raise funds for breast cancer research.

You, your family, friends and clients are invited to join Team CIBC at this year’s Run on Sunday September 30th, 2018.

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