HSBC pledges $100,000 donation to the Canadian Red Cross, accepting donations in branches for communities impacted by Alberta wildfires

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To help support Alberta residents affected by the ongoing wildfires in Fort McMurray, Alberta, HSBC Bank Canada will offer financial relief options to impacted customers, and has pledged a $100,000 donation to the Canadian Red Cross. HSBC will also accept customer donations for the Canadian Red Cross at all HSBC branches across Canada from 6 May to 6 June 2016.

Sandra Stuart, President and Chief Executive Officer, HSBC Bank Canada said: “Our hearts and minds are with the people and businesses dealing with the loss and uncertainty created by these events. In addition to our support for the Canadian Red Cross, we will continue to work with impacted customers to help ensure that their financial services needs are met in the days and months to come.”

For further assistance or information, HSBC Bank Canada can be contacted directly.

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