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Help for Natalia

From left, CIBC employees Kassandra Fryer, Jasmine Meyers, and Kim Banks present De Robertson with a $658.10 cheque for her niece Natalia Corrigall, 5, who is battling leukemia. Natalia is receiving oral chemotherapy from home but still needs to travel to BC Children’s Hospital for monthly appointments. Donations for Natalia’s family can be made through www.youcaring.com and search for Natalia Corrigall. CIBC helped raise money for the family through a Christmas sweater day, customer donations, and through a silent auction of a gift basket - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
From left, CIBC employees Kassandra Fryer, Jasmine Meyers, and Kim Banks present De Robertson with a $658.10 cheque for her niece Natalia Corrigall, 5, who is battling leukemia. Natalia is receiving oral chemotherapy from home but still needs to travel to BC Children’s Hospital for monthly appointments. Donations for Natalia’s family can be made through www.youcaring.com and search for Natalia Corrigall. CIBC helped raise money for the family through a Christmas sweater day, customer donations, and through a silent auction of a gift basket
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
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