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Celebrities and CIBC unite for a day of fundraising to make 365 days of miracles happen

TORONTO, NEW YORK, LONDON, Dec. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Actor and youth mentor Mark Wahlberg joined CIBC (CM: TSX) (CM: NYSE) today taking to Twitter to announce that on its 31st anniversary, CIBC Miracle Day raised $6 million in support of children’s charities around the globe. On the first Wednesday of every December, CIBC traders and advisors donate their trading fees and commissions to make miracles happen for kids-in-need.

Events were held on CIBC trading floors and offices in Toronto, New York, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, London and Hong Kong. From Rachel McAdams to Michael Irvin, John Salley and John Starks, celebrities and sports stars alike joined traders to make client calls, participate in cheque donations and most importantly meet with kids, taking the time to brighten their day.

“The $6 million raised this year will go a very long way in improving the lives of children in our communities,” says Harry Culham, Senior Executive Vice-President and Group Head Capital Markets, and Chair of the CIBC Children’s Foundation. “It is the tremendous dedication and generosity of our clients, employees and celebrities in supporting hundreds of charities that helps kids rise above and reach their full potential.”

“What started over 30 years ago with a handful of CIBC Wood Gundy advisors sharing a vision that every child should experience the joy of the holiday season has grown into a tradition and legacy we are all very proud of,” says Steve Geist, Senior Executive Vice-President and Group Head, Wealth Management. “Since 1984, CIBC Miracle Day has raised nearly $234 million to help transform the lives of kids who need it most in communities across the globe and this year in Canada alone more than 550 charities will benefit.”

Join the #CIBCMiracleDay conversation on Twitter @CIBC and Facebook (www.facebook.com/CIBC) or follow on Instagram @CIBCNow.

[prnewswire.com]

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