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2005 Highlights

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Local Initiatives

  • Beausejour: The RBC Foundation donated $5,000 to Survivor's Hope Crisis Centre Inc.

  • Brandon: For a third consecutive year, RBC donated $5,000 to the Community Adult Learning Centre. The centre offers adult courses in literacy, computer skills and English as a second language.

  • Brandon: The RBC Foundation donated $5,000 to the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba for its Arts Connects School Tours Program.

  • Carman: RBC Royal Bank donated $5,000 to the Carman and Community United Way.

  • Manitou: The RBC Foundation donated $5,000 to the Lifelong Reading Program at the Manitou Public Library. The program encourages seniors to keep reading by delivering literature to seniors' locations throughout the community.

  • Minnedosa: The RBC Foundation donated $6,000 to the PULSE Literacy Program, Minnedosa Big Brothers and Sisters and Communities in Bloom.

  • Portage La Prairie: RBC's Shelia Podruchny used her RBC Employee Volunteer Grant to donate $500 to the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Portage.

  • Winnipeg: RBC donated $15,000 towards the Winnipeg International Children's Festival's Circus and Magic Camp program, which teaches kids invaluable skills such as teamwork, goal setting and self-discipline, as well as unique circus and magic skills.

  • Winnipeg: RBC employees hosted an 'RBQ' to help raise awareness about Winnipeg Harvest, an emergency food bank. Since 1991, RBC has donated over $41,000 to Winnipeg Harvest, including $10,000 in 2005.

  • Winnipeg: RBC presented the annual Ballet in the Park at Winnipeg. Three free performances featured students from the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School.


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