Media Advisory - Mackenzie Investments Interactive "Money Tree" Display in Downtown Toronto to Promote Sustainable Investing and Support Charity

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The Mackenzie Money Tree, a symbol of building a more sustainable future for all Canadians, pledges up to $100,000 in charitable donations

TORONTO, Sept. 24, 2021 /CNW/ - In effort to create a more invested world together, today Mackenzie Investments proudly announces the unveiling of The Mackenzie Money Tree, a safe, interactive and in-person experience at Yonge and Dundas Square. The symbolic display aims to reaffirm the company's commitment to a more sustainably invested future.

Mackenzie Investments (CNW Group/Mackenzie Investments)
Mackenzie Investments (CNW Group/Mackenzie Investments)

The Mackenzie Money Tree, which stands almost five meters in height, provides Torontonians - and all Canadians - with the opportunity to pick one of six charities on September 27 and have Mackenzie Investments donate up to $100,000 . Each donation, valued at $50, will be made by Mackenzie.

The Mackenzie Money Tree brings awareness to Canadians about the importance of sustainable investing and provides them with an opportunity to select a cause that resonates with their personal, sustainable values - ranging from environmental to societal and governance.

Money doesn't grow on trees, but Mackenzie believes a more sustainable future does!

For those who live outside of Toronto and are interested in donating, please visit http://www.mackenziemoneytree.com/ to pledge your donation.

What:

The Mackenzie Money Tree provides Torontonians - and all Canadians - with the opportunity to have Mackenzie Investments donate to one of six charitable partners.

Who:

Host: Mackenzie Investments, a leading Canadian investment management firm.

Charitable Partners: David Suzuki Foundation, Breakfast Club of Canada, Trees for Life, Opportunities International Canada, Canadian Women's Foundation,
Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund.

Where:

In-person: Yonge and Dundas Square - 1 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON M5B 2R8

When:

Monday, September 27, 2021 from 8AM to 5PM EST

Why:

Mackenzie Investments has a promise of providing Canadian investors and advisors with industry-leading solutions focused on sustainable objectives and that incorporate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors.
The Mackenzie Money Tree allows Canadians to easily get involved and have donations made to one of six partner charities, contributing to a better future.

How:

In-person: The Mackenzie Money Tree will display QR codes on site, driving participants to an interactive landing page. The landing page will feature a pre-selected list of charities participants can choose one of six to donate to.
Each donation will allot $50 to the respective charity.
Online: For those not in Toronto or unable to attend, simply visit http://www.mackenziemoneytree.com/ to pledge your donation.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please ensure physical distancing and that masks are worn when viewing and interacting with The Mackenzie Money Tree. Physical distancing measures will be in place.

About Mackenzie Investments
Mackenzie Investments is a leading investment management firm with $208 billion in assets under management as of August 31, 2021. Mackenzie provides investment solutions and related services to more than one million retail and institutional clients through multiple distribution channels. Founded in 1967, Mackenzie is a global asset manager with offices across Canada as well as in Boston, Dublin, London, Hong Kong and Beijing. Mackenzie is a member of IGM Financial Inc. (TSX: IGM), one of Canada's premier financial services companies. For more information, visit mackenzieinvestments.com.

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