Media Advisory - Bell Canada employees and retirees present donations of more than $527,000 to 56 organizations and charities in Greater Toronto

    TORONTO, Ontario, June 26 /CNW Telbec/ -

    What:  Bell employees will present donations totaling just over $527,000
           to 56 community groups in the Greater Toronto Area. The donations
           are being made by and on behalf of Bell employees and retirees who
           support these organizations by participating in the Bell Employee
           Giving Program.

    Who:   Bell employees will make donation presentations to a number of
           organizations, including:

           - AIDS Committee of Toronto
           - Alzheimer Society of Canada
           - Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society of Canada
           - Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society of Ontario
           - Arthritis Society
           - Asthma Society of Canada
           - Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto
           - Bloorview Kids Rehab Foundation
           - Bob Rumball Foundation for the Deaf
           - Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
           - Canadian Cancer Society
           - Canadian Cancer Society - Ontario Division
           - Canadian Diabetes Association
           - Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research
           - Casey House Foundation
           - Child Find (Ontario)
           - Children's Wish Foundation of Canada
           - Covenant House Toronto
           - Credit Valley Hospital Foundation
           - Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada
           - Daily Bread Food Bank Foundation of Toronto
           - Feline Protection and Adoption Association
           - Governing Council of the University of Toronto
           - Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario
           - Hospital for Sick Children & Hospital for Sick Children
           - Junior Achievement of Peel
           - Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Canada
           - Kids Help Foundation & Kids Help Phone
           - Kingdom Covenant Community Services
           - Lupus Ontario
           - Multiple Sclerosis Scientific Research Foundation
           - Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
           - Muscular Dystrophy Canada
           - Ontario Lung Association
           - Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
           - Parkinson Society Canada
           - Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation
           - Salvation Army Grace Hospital
           - Salvation Army Oshawa Temple Corps
           - Salvation Army Toronto Broadview Village
           - Sharelife Trust
           - Sickle Cell Association of Ontario
           - Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation
           - Toronto Humane Society
           - Toronto Rape Crisis Centre
           - United Jewish Appeal of Metropolitan Toronto
           - United Way of Ajax/Pickering/Uxbridge
           - United Way of Greater Toronto
           - United Way of Oshawa/Whitby/Clarington/Brock & Scugog
           - United Way of Peel Region
           - United Way of York Region
           - William Osler Health Centre Foundation
           - Women's Habitat of Etobicoke
           - World Vision Canada
           - World Wildlife Fund Canada Foundation & World Wildlife Fund
           - Yonge Street Mission

    When:  Friday, June 27 at 9:30 a.m.
           Bell Canada, 483 Bay Street
           North Tower, Special Events Room (Main Level)

           Bell's 2007 Employee Giving Campaign resulted in a total pledged
           commitment of more than $4 million in combined employee and
           retiree donations and corporate match to charitable organizations
           across the country.

For further information:

For further information: Jason Laszlo, Bell Canada, Media Relations,
(416) 353-4135,

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