Scotiabank – You’re Richer Than You Think


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At Scotiabank, community giving is an important component of their Corporate Social Responsibility efforts. Through their resources, reach and expertise, they are focused on driving economic growth for their customers, employees, and the communities where they operate, to build a better future. By making strategic investments and partnering with local charities and initiatives, they aim to increase opportunities for growth and success.

Providence Healthcare has had a relationship with Scotiabank since 1958 - one that has provided almost $3M of essential funds that have been directed to patients and clients as they struggle to create a new normal. They support all three of Providence’s signature events – you no doubt have met their representatives at one of them! Providence Healthcare is extremely grateful for Scotiabank’s generosity. They are instrumental in helping us to continue to be a leader in providing rehabilitation, palliative, long term care services and community programs.

At 186 years old, Scotiabank is older than the country of Canada itself. They are Canada’s international bank, and a leading financial services provider in North America, Latin America the Caribbean and Central America and Asia-Pacific. Scotiabank is dedicated to helping their 24 million customers become better off through a broad range of advice, products and services, including personal and commercial banking, wealth management and private banking, corporate and investment banking, and capital markets. Their more than 88,000 employees is a committed team that shares the same values and works together to provide customers with expert advice, insights and financial solutions. Click here for more information on Scotiabank and their services.

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Scotiabank’s support of Providence Healthcare goes further than financial. Andrew Branion, Executive Vice President and Group Treasurer, freely donates his time and expertise as Chair of Providence Healthcare Foundation’s Board of Directors, and plays a pivotal role at the 2018 Silver Ball as Chair of the Sponsorship Committee. Scotiabank will be valued at the Silver Ball on November 03, 2018 – you can join them -