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Circle of Honour Awards:
Honouring Excellence


Bill and Susanne Holland - Philanthropy - 2006

Bill Holland, CEO of CI Financial Inc., one of Canada’s largest wealth management companies, and his wife Susanne were early supporters of the Help Us Defy Disability Campaign in 2003, showing their support with a generous personal gift. When Bill and Susanne later visited Bloorview Kids Rehab, they brought their daughter with them to show her how Bloorview Kids Rehab makes a difference in the lives of children with disabilities.

Moved by their visit, they offered a generous display of support for our vision to become a national and international leader in pediatric rehabilitation, education, advocacy and research. The Hollands pledged a new gift to Bloorview Kids Rehab in the amount of $5 million dollars.

Bill explained, “When my family and I toured Bloorview, I couldn’t decide which I found more compelling - the children who are courageously dealing with disability in so many different ways, or the professionals who are so dedicated in their work with them. I have seen many health care organizations up close and this is one I am pleased to support, because it works.”

Bill and Susanne Holland have played a leadership role in Bloorview’s largest fundraising campaign and helped Bloorview reach its goal of $45 million. The Holland family has helped children with disabilities and their families lead richer and more independent lives, and we are delighted to be naming a wing of the building in their honour.

2006 Circle of Honour Recipients

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