publication date: Sep 4, 2012
not too late to get in the game. Scotiabank
has been recognizing the achievements of community heroes in
Canadian Football League Cities since its football season began in July. But
there are nearly 25 prizes of $1,000 still to be won by community nonprofits,
as well as the $100,000 award for the nonprofit chosen by the top Game Changer.
the end of the regular season, eight of the 72 Regional Game Changers will win
a VIP trip to the 100th Grey Cup in Toronto. Of those finalists, one will be
selected as the National Scotiabank Game Changer. At the Grey Cup game, that
person will accept a $100,000 donation to the nonprofit of their choice. CFL
fans can nominate and vote for Scotiabank Game Changers to help choose the
initiative that will receive $100,000.
Game Changers honours community heroes as they ‘change the game' in their local
communities," said Anatol von Hahn, Group Head, Canadian Banking. "It
recognizes the commitment and passion of everyday people doing extraordinary
things that make a positive impact in their community."
must demonstrate leadership and community involvement within one of the six "Scotiabank
Bright Future Philanthropic Pillars": health, education, social services, arts,
sports and environment. Judging criteria for Game Changer selection is based on
leadership, challenge and impact.
more information on how to nominate
a Scotiabank Game Changer, to vote
for a Scotiabank Game Changer and for full contest rules, visit www.ScotiabankGameChangers.com
and Twitter at @Scotiabank