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RBC announces $50,000 donation to the Canadian Red Cross in support of those affected by wildfires in British Columbia

VANCOUVER, July 11, 2017 —  RBC today announced a $50,000 donation to the Canadian Red Cross in support of Canadians affected by damages and displacement caused by the wildfires in B.C.’s interior.

RBC is also supporting impacted clients with special financial considerations and assistance to help them through this challenging time, including short-term payment deferrals on mortgages, personal loans, and credit cards. Small business and commercial clients will also be afforded special accommodation through their RBC account managers.

Clients who are impacted by the wildfires can call 1-800-769-2511 to find information on their local branch or discuss financial needs. Clients can also access their accounts using online and telephone banking, ATMs or at an RBC branch. RBC Insurance clients can call 1-800-769-2526 for any questions related to their policy coverage or claims.

Donations are being accepted at all RBC branches across Canada to support the Canadian Red Cross BC Fires Appeal.

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For more information please contact:
Ian Colvin, RBC Communications, 604-665-4031
Elynn Wareham, RBC Communications, 416-313-5778