The insurer will also support unlimited double matching of employee donations through the end of the year
TORONTO, ON–On this year’s GivingTuesday, Aviva Canada is donating $150,000 across Canada to support charities in Toronto, Halifax, Montreal and Calgary to bring cheer to children and families this holiday season.
“From the national food bank shortages and devastating flooding on both coasts, to the new COVID-19 variant; there are more reasons than ever to give back this holiday season. At Aviva Canada, we are happy to support these amazing organizations across the country and the important work they do,” said Jason Storah, Chief Executive Officer at Aviva Canada.
Recognizing the important work being done on the diversity and inclusion front, Aviva Canada has donated $100,000 – $20,000 to each of its five Diversity and Inclusion communities – that will go towards charitable partnerships to support the essential work that’s being done to build a more diverse and inclusive Canada. In addition, Aviva Canada has recently donated $50,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to support disaster relief efforts in British Columbia after the devastating flooding that took place this month.
Aviva will also be offering unlimited double matching for employees who donate to causes of their choice through the end of the year.
About Aviva Canada
Aviva Canada is one of the leading property and casualty insurance groups in the country, providing home, automobile, lifestyle, and business insurance to 2.4 million customers. A subsidiary of UK-based Aviva plc, Aviva Canada has more than 4,000 employees focused on creating a bright and sustainable future for our people, our customers, our communities, and our planet. Launched in 2019, Aviva Canada is investing in safer communities through Aviva Take Back Our Roads, which uses data driven solutions and strategic collaborations to make safer roads a reality for all. In 2021, we announced our plan to become a net zero carbon emissions company by 2040, the most demanding target of any major insurance company in the world.