While much has changed at CANFAR over the past 30 years, the support we have received from RBC has remained consistent and profound.

RBC’s engagement with CANFAR has consistently spanned across every aspect of our operation. CANFAR President & COO, Kyle Winters, commented, “RBC is truly part of the DNA of CANFAR.”

For decades, RBC has been supporting our events and programs – and through those efforts, generating funds to support HIV and AIDS research. Our achievements would not be possible without the invaluable support of several people on the RBC team – Alan Taylor, former Chairman & CEO of RBC, and a former member of the CANFAR Advisory Committee; Andrew Grimes and David Stovel, Wealth Management Experts who currently serve on the CANFAR Board of Directors; Jennifer Tory, Group Head, Personal and Commercial Banking, and a past Chair of Can You Do Lunch?; Wafa Kadri and Batool Nawab, who are responsible for corporate donations and continue to support CANFAR through funding research grants; Stephen Voisin, Private Banker with RBC and member of the Legacy Steering Committee; and Andy Pringle, former Managing Director of RBC Capital Markets and Chair of the CANFAR Board. Recently, Jason Sordi from RBC in Ottawa stepped up to be Co-chair of the Ottawa Legacy Steering Committee alongside realtor Michael Ginnis.

We give special thanks to all the people at RBC who have helped us get to where we are today – closer to finding a cure for HIV and AIDS.