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Commitment to Community: Celebrating 20 Years

GMP is passionate about giving back to the community. Since first opening our doors in 1995, this passion has been driven by a desire to create a lasting impact in the communities where we live and work. Our philosophy is rooted in the belief that helping those that help others leads to a stronger community. Over the past 20 years, GMP has donated more than $17 million to charitable organizations. Giving and volunteering are more important than ever, particularly during challenging economic times. GMP’s employees routinely volunteer their time, energy and financial resources to help build a better future for those who need it most.

Helping Raise Awareness

GMP’s corporate giving strategy is aimed at supporting established charitable organizations and strengthening smaller, non-profit initiatives dedicated to assisting women and children in areas of health, education and safety. GMP proudly sponsors a range of charitable events in support of community organizations important to both our clients and employees including renewed partnerships with charities it has remained committed to for many years.

In 2015, we renewed our partnership with Covenant House Toronto as Title Sponsor of the GMP Wine and Dine Event for the 5th consecutive year, helping raise over $1.3 million. Other charitable organizations we had the privilege to continue our partnership with this year include: Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Right To Play, Best Buddies Canada, and Centennial Infant and Child Centre.

Commemorating 20 years of Market Incumbency

Harris Fricker, CEO and President, GMP Capital Inc., is joined by executives from GMP and the TMX Group Limited to open the market to celebrate GMP’s 20-year anniversary in the Canadian capital markets and as a member and participating organization with the Toronto Stock Exchange.






Our Partnerships
We are pleased to recognize some of the many charities we had the privilege to continue our support this year: