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BMO Bank of Montreal Branches in Nova Scotia and PEI to Accept Food Donations for Hurricane Juan Victims  


BMO Bank of Montreal today announced that it is accepting non-perishable food and cash donations in all of its branches in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island to help community relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Juan and the ensuing power outage.

“We are urging customers and employees to be generous in this time of need for those who can’t replace food lost because of power outages,” said Carol Snider, Senior Vice-President for Atlantic Canada, BMO Bank of Montreal.

As well, BMO Financial Group’s employees’ foundation, BMO Fountain of Hope, will be holding its first national fundraising day on October 8th.  In 2002, BMO Fountain of Hope raised $6.2 million through personal donations and fundraising activities across the country, and dispersed the funds to more than 2,200 national and local charities that focus on children, health and welfare and community service.

BMO Bank of Montreal also announced on Wednesday that it is providing financial assistance to its customers who have been impacted by Hurricane Juan.


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