SEDI Award 2014

February 27, 2014 by  
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The Awards

The SEDI Awards were created in 2004 to celebrate the inspiring achievements of SEDI’s partners and the people they serve. The Awards are a unique opportunity to support and celebrate transformational changes taking place in communities and in the lives of real people.

The Awards celebrate:

People who have left homelessness behind and built a stronger economic future for themselves with the help of SEDI’s Independent Living Account program

Passionate, committed community workers across Canada who are using the financial literacy education training they received from SEDI to transform their communities.

Individuals, groups/organizations or governments that have made an important contribution to expanding economic opportunity for low-income people – provincially or Canada-wide – through policy and/or program innovation.

Nominations are now closed. View SEDI Awards nominations criteria.

 

SEDI Awards Gala Dinner

On March, SEDI has continued to inspire by hosting its sixth SEDI Awards Gala dinner in Toronto. This reception and dinner brought together more than 400 community, business and government leaders to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of SEDI’s many partners and program participants in expanding economic opportunity for low-income Canadians.

 

Event Details:

Date: Thursday March 27th, 2014

Location: Hyatt Regency Toronto, 370 King St. W.

Time: 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. – Reception, dinner, award ceremony

Host: CBC TV’s Suhana Meharchand

Keynote Speaker: Robert Friedman, General Counsel, Founder and Chair, CFED

The dinner featured our keynote speaker, Robert Friedman and the inspiring stories of Award nominees and winners who were helping to make Canada a place where everyone has lifelong opportunities to improve their social and economic well-being.

Proceeds from the evening has helped SEDI continue its work with business, government and community partners across Canada to build financial resilience through financial education and savings programs, and to explore innovative new approaches to building economic opportunity for low-income Canadians.

For more information Visithttp://www.sedi.org/sediawards/index.html

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