October 6, 2014
Toronto-based real estate company Cadillac Fairview (CF) has revealed three new groups that will be recipients of the proceeds from their annual CF Golf Classic, which will be held in Milton, Ontario later this summer.
The company, which owns commercial properties worldwide and is owned by the Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan, has shared that they have pledged $1.5 dollars over the next five years to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital (Holland Bloorview) and Covenant House Toronto.
They say the choices reflect their mandate to improve the lives of young Canadians, a commitment they first announced several years ago.
"It's an honour to partner with three internationally renowned organizations whose work reflects our own culture and values," said John Sullivan, President and CEO, Cadillac Fairview. "The CF Golf Classic has been instrumental in supporting various community needs over the past 28 years, and I'm excited to focus our goal this year on building brighter futures for young Canadians."
Naming particular charitable partners or their annual golf tournament is a first for Cadillac Fairview but helps them further their focus. It makes programs like CAMH and their fellow recipients very happy to be involved.
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