Special shout out to Rebecca Cotter, the gregarious Distillery District Outdoor Event Coordinator who gave us blog writers the heads-up about BIMM a direct response marketing company over in #3 Trinity, who recently participated in the TELUS Day of Giving™ campaign. These people gave their time and money to help out less fortunate families here in Toronto.
TELUS Day of Giving™
On the last Saturday of each May, TELUS Day of Giving™ brings together team members, retirees, family and friends nationwide to make a powerful positive impact on local communities in Canada. Collective volunteer efforts from coast to coast improve the lives of people and animals as volunteers gather to help out and serve food at shelters, or do landscaping in parks or around senior care homes, or even freshening facilities at local animal shelters. Its all good work that needs to be done for our society’s benefit.
BIMM is a marketing communications agency located in Toronto’s historic Distillery District, with a second office in downtown Montreal. You can get a glimpse inside their offices here on the Bimm Facebook page. #3 Trinity St is the new address for what used to be called Bldg 5 – the white stone distillery building. BIMM is located up on the third floor, (above Tappo Restaurant) and for more than 30 years, they’ve crafted outstanding marketing and advertising campaigns for some of the biggest brands in Canada.
On May 31st 2012 the good people from BIMM joined their friends from TELUS and participated in the TELUS Day of Giving™ at the Daily Bread Food Bank. There were about 33 people in all. These volunteers were BIMM employees, friends and TELUS staff members – together the team was able to sort 5012 lbs of product, and help approx 334 people in need. Good work and congratulations to everyone involved.