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Jason Cripps - Manulife Employees Spirit Day
Submitted By Janet Nogueira on Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Did you know that as a Manulife employee you are entitled to a “Spirit Day”?

This Spirit Day can be used to volunteer for the Jason Cripps tournament. One Spirit Day per year is available for use by regular full and part-time employees. Community Spirit Days offer employees a day off with pay to volunteer with a charity or not-for profit of their choice.  Volunteering for the day at the Jason Cripps tournament qualifies as a Manulife Spirit Day.

Many of our players have parents, relatives or friends that work at Manulife.  

We are reaching out to those people to ask for your assistance as a volunteer during the Jason Cripps tournament. The tournament is run annually in Jason’s memory in Kitchener arenas from December 27 to December 30 and is one of the largest house league tournaments with approximately 200 boys and girls teams participating in approximately 350 games of hockey.

Please click on the following link for Volunteer Opportunities available at the Jason Cripps tournament.

Please contact our Director of Volunteers, Rhonda Curtis as [email protected]
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