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E very June Genworth Canada employees are encouraged to participate in a variety of planned volunteer activities in support of charitable organizations in the community. This past Junes Month of Service was one of the most successful volunteer campaigns to date with employees contributing more than 1700 volunteer hours to nearly 30 organizations across the country. And the commitment comes from the very top with CEO Stuart Levings rolling up his sleeves and braving the heat on a Habitat for Humanity build day in Burlington Ontario That sense of volunteerism permeates the organization. Genworth employees are passionate about the work they do whether its in the workplace or in communities across Canada. And theyre eager to share that passion. Yesterday was one of the best experiences that I have ever had at a build site said Natalie Rendall Real Estate Specialist Genworth Canada about her Month of Service day on a Habitat for Humanity build. All the group leaders were fantastic encouraging us to try and get outside our comfort zones do something we havent tried before. They were patient and explained very well how to use the tools safely. We had a fantastic day even in the heat Being a partner with Habitat for Humanity really hits home with many of us as employees. Visit www.powerofhome.ca to find out more about the various charitable initiatives supported by Genworth Canada. GENWORTH CANADA FALL 2O15 21 Opposite page A Genworth Canada team including CEO Stuart Levings at Habitat for Humanity build site in Burlington ON. Left A Genworth Canada Team prepares a meal at Ronald McDonald House in Hamilton ON. Below The team from Genworth Canada Pacific plants a garden at Zajac Ranch for Children in Mission BC.