The Invictus Games Toronto 2017 could not happen without the support of our dedicated partners. In addition to their financial contribution, each of their products, services and areas of expertise are vital to the success of the Games. Through their commitment and support, our partners provide the foundation for staging the largest and most memorable Invictus Games yet!
Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover is immensely proud to be the Presenting Partner of the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 having been the Presenting Partner since the inaugural Invictus Games in London 2014 and Orlando 2016. Jaguar Land Rover is committed to building on their legacy of generating employment opportunities for former military service members into civilian careers and providing work placement rehabilitation programs.
With their pledge to once again support the Invictus Games by being the Presenting Partner for the Invictus Games Toronto 2017, Jaguar Land Rover demonstrates a commitment to the service members from all participating nations and the continuing legacy of the Invictus Games.
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Land Rover: www.landrover.com
At Sage we believe entrepreneurs are the true heroes of all economies and supporting them is our passion. We also want to do this in a way that means we can play a positive role in local communities. Through Sage Foundation we do just that; giving 2% of our 14,000 colleagues’ time, free Sage products for the non-profit sector, and 2% of our free cash flow to our communities and charitable causes around the world.
Particularly close to our heart is how we can support those who have given their service to their country and our freedom. At Sage we are repaying our debt by supporting men and women as they build professional skills and start businesses after service. We are proud to be partnering with the Invictus Games for the first time as we embark on our journey to work with many special heroes around the world.
Our global commitment is just getting started. Sage will be offering work placements to ex-military personnel who have left the military in the last year and are seeking to gain civilian work and developing a training and mentoring program, focused on developing skills required to achieve a successful, entrepreneurial and sustainable career.
Total Global Furniture
Patrick Roberge Productions
Gold Medal Systems
Wound Healing Foundation
Invacare Canada Inc
Otto Bock Healthcare Canada
The Printing House Ltd.