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Project “BiG” 2018 will run from April 1st 2019 - March 31, 2020.

There is strength in numbers. Alone we have our limitations, but together with the same goal, we can Think, Dream, Act, Inspire and Believe BIG. Konica Minolta Business Solutions (Canada) Ltd. (Konica Minolta), proudly presents Project “BIG”.

Konica Minolta and many of our Authorized Dealers make charitable donations every year, to charities within their communities. This act of kindness positively impacts hundreds of deserving individuals, and can transform lives for the better.

Our Project “BIG” qualifies and quantifies all our efforts and movements collectively, under one umbrella. Project “BIG” spans across our entire Canadian organization, capturing the generosity that Konica Minolta and it’s Dealer Partner’s bring to their community, and region with the goal of attaining $500,000 plus each year.

Konica Minolta is resetting the counter clock for FY2019

This will mark the second year of a proud movement that records the magnitude of kindness and generosity in numbers. Konica Minolta with our participating Dealer Partners, collectively donated $384,396 from April 1, 2018 - March 31, 2019 to over 50 charities across Canada. This astonishing number proves that "standing together when the time comes" can have dramatically more powerful and impactful results.

This generosity and acceptance of moral obligation to society, should be celebrated and acknowledged on a larger scale. These staggering numbers should prompt more organizations to act and give back to their communities as well.

Konica Minolta uses a nationwide network of sales offices, dealers and authorized resellers to sell, support and service our products. To find a local supporting Project “BIG” authorized Konica Minolta sales location, please visit our locator at https://konicaminolta.ca/en/business/support/locations. Look for the Project “BIG” logo.

Be strong enough to stand alone, be yourself enough to stand apart, but be wise enough to stand together when the time comes" - Mark Amend