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Insurance agents donating 10% of commissions. (Voluntary Sector).

TORONTO -- The management and a insurance brokers at Qualified Financial Services Inc. are donating a total of 10% of their first year commissions to the Partners in Caring Foundation. The money raised by Qualified Financial Services Inc. will be used to support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada, Na'amat Canada, Gilda's Club Greater Toronto, and the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute of Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto.

Partners in Caring, is a charitable foundation made up of people from the business community whose main goal is to raise money for charity through innovative, self-funded corporate giving. Scott Wiseman is Executive Director.

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Title Annotation:Qualified Financial Services Inc.
Publication:Community Action
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 15, 2002
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