Sponsor of the Week: TD Canada Trust

August 3, 2010

The 2010 Wreckhouse International Jazz & Blues Festival would not be possible without the support of our corporate and media sponsors.  To show our appreciation for their support, Wreckhouse Jazz & Blues (WJB) will be showcasing a different sponsor each week.  This week’s sponsor of the week is TD Canada Trust.

At TD Canada Trust, they measure success not only by their ability to achieve business goals, but also on the impact they have in strengthening communities. Successful corporations need a healthy, vibrant society to flourish, and TD Canada Trust’s community investments are among the ways in which they strive to achieve this.

TD Canada Trust is one of Canada’s top corporate donors. In fact, over the past five years they have donated more than $150 million to charities and not-for-profits across the country. The results are even greater when you count the millions contributed by their employees and customers — to the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, the TD Children’s Hospital Fund, the United Way and other causes. Added up, the total support was some $47 million in 2008 — that’s called really making a difference together.

Across the country, TD Canada Trust provides serious support to the Canadian Jazz & Blues scene.  For example, TD Canada Trust is a major sponsor of jazz festivals in Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa Fredericton, Halifax, Winnepeg, Victoria, and Vancouver.  For the past two years, Wreckhouse Jazz & Blues has proudly worked with TD Canada Trust to put St. John’s on the forefront of the Canadian jazz scene, and the contributions of TD have been essential to the success of the 2010 Wreckhouse International Jazz & Blues Festival.

WJB would like to acknowledge and express gratitude for the contributions of TD Canada Trust, the Sponsor of the Week!

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