TORONTO, July 11, 2008 – Criterion is encouraging Canadians to make their own story about “the time they left it too late” – all in the name of charity. It’s quick, easy and will raise money for the David Suzuki Foundation, which works hard to find sustainable solutions in areas that include marine conservation, climate change and clean energy.
We all have a story to tell about leaving it too late, whether it’s the ‘golf game you should have won,’ ‘the property you should have bought,’ or ‘the great pair of shoes that got away.’
Now Criterion wants to see your story. Try it at www.myentrypoint.ca
Criterion is supporting the David Suzuki Foundation with the interactive fundraising initiative. Each submission will generate a $10 donation to the charitable organization*.
Criterion’s ‘what’s your entry point?’ campaign is focused on ‘missed opportunities’ in order to highlight why now is the entry point for investing in the long-term growth themes of water infrastructure and clean energy.
“We are pleased to join efforts with Criterion Investments on this initiative, and to see increased awareness of important themes such as water and clean energy in the Canadian investment community,” said Alissa Horii, director of development at the David Suzuki Foundation.
About Criterion Investments
Criterion is committed to creating insightful solutions for everyday Canadian investors. Criterion combines unique investment structures with best-in-class asset managers or strategies to offer investors opportunities for access to exclusive asset classes, enhanced yield, tax efficiency and risk reduction. Criterion is an affiliate of VenGrowth Asset Management Inc., one of Canada’s premier managers of private equity and alternative investments with a proven track record of success since 1982.
About the David Suzuki Foundation
The David Suzuki Foundation is one of Canada’s leading environmental groups that works through science and education to protect the diversity of nature and our quality of life. With a goal of achieving sustainability within a generation, the Foundation collaborates with scientists, business and industry, academia, government and non-governmental organizations. Visit: www.davidsuzuki.org.