CNC Global, a Canadian high-tech recruitment firm, raised more than $90,000 at its seventh annual in-house Charity Auction on November 24. All proceeds will go directly to various charities, including the Toronto Maple Leafs' Community Fund, the Canadian Cancer Society and Cornerstone 52, an umbrellan organization for over 20 children's charities.
"The Auction is a great example of how one companie can give back substantially to the community," said Robert Beauchemin, CEO of CNC Global. "Over the past five years, our employees have raised more than $440,000 at this annual event, all from their own pockets." As a thank you for CNC Global's commitment of $10,000 in Charity Auction proceeds to the Maple Leafs' Community Fund, special guest Wendel Clark was on hand to officially open the event and autograph a variety of items up for bids, including Maple Leafs jerseys and equipment. Staff, suppliers and clients donated over 200 auction items, including trips, gift baskets, artwork and dinner with the CEO.
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Published at 20:02
11 March 2011