Sponsorships

Miele is dedicated not only to our customers but to the community we operate in around the world. Since the inception of the Miele subsidiary in Canada, Miele has continued to support a variety of organizations in Canada - helping others develop and achieve the level of performance that is the basis of the Miele "Immer Besser" - Forever Better.


Tennis Sponsorships

Tennis Canada Many tennis nations have successful national league systems, including the super-sized USTA League Tennis program or the interclub leagues so popular throughout Europe. Tennis Canada has long wanted a national league system and as a result of the generous support from Miele Limited, in 2008 the Miele League Challenge was born. The long term vision of the Miele League Challenge is to grow a national league system that provides Canadian league tennis players with an opportunity to compete for their province at a national level.


Rogers Cup Rogers Cup is a Masters 1000 stop on the ATP World Tour and a Premier 5 event on the Sony Ericsson WTA tour. Miele is the official Home Appliance and Gold Sponsor for The Rogers Cup in Toronto.


OTA (Ontario Tennis Association) The Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) is the provincial sport governing body for tennis in Ontario. It is a non-profit organization, incorporated under the Corporation Act. It is the largest provincial tennis association in Canada, boasting 241 clubs and 65,000 adult and child tennis players.

The two basic aims of the OTA are to encourage participation in the sport of tennis in Ontario and to provide a structure of services which will assist players to reach a level of competence consistent with their personal goals and abilities.

The strength of the OTA is seen in both its sheer numbers and exposure to every corner of the province, and for the creation and maintenance of an atmosphere of unlimited tennis opportunities for players of all levels, from grassroots to national calibre athletes.


Tennis BC As a non-profit society, Tennis BC works with our members to inspire and enable tennis throughout communities in British Columbia. Valuing leadership, integrity, excellence and teamwork, Tennis BC develops and delivers programs with community partners to grow community tennis, enhance competitive infrastructure for all levels, stimulate and foster the development of facilities, showcase tennis through major events and increase consistency and competency of coaching and officiating.


Tennis Québec Founded over a hundred years ago, Tennis Québec, formerly known as the Fédération québécoise de tennis, is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and encouraging the adoption of a healthy and active lifestyle though the practise of tennis. Tennis Québec includes several hundred thousand enthusiasts and approximately 35,000 individual members, mostly from its inside and outside affiliated clubs.

Tennis Québec is constantly shaping different programs aimed at fostering the effective growth of tennis in its different spheres, i.e. initiation, recreation, competition and high level.


Other Sponsorships

Grand Cru Culinary Wine Festival Canada’s premier wine and culinary fundraiser for medical research and innovation to support groundbreaking scientific research and fund key program areas at Toronto General Hospital and Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network (UHN).


IDS (Interior Design Show) IDS brings together the newest and most innovative of international and Canadian design. With three full days of inspirational exhibits, influential speakers and leading products, IDS is not just a fair — it’s a total design experience.


St. Joseph's Health Centre St. Joseph’s Health Centre is where 500,000 people living in west-end Toronto turn when they need outstanding care. St. Joe’s is a leading community health centre known for its caring and knowledgeable physicians and staff who care for babies, children, adults, and seniors. St. Joseph’s Health Centre Foundation, which is the fundraising arm of St. Joseph’s Health Centre, raises critical funds to support facility renovations to make our patient care areas better, the purchase of essential medical equipment and technology, and the training of tomorrow's health care professionals. Current priorities include building a new Dialysis Centre, modernizing older facilities for patient care, and installing new technology to help diagnose and treat our neighbours with cancer and other conditions. Over the course of three delectable days, the 2015 Toronto FOOD & WINE Festival will showcase the expertise and creativity of the best culinary talents in Toronto, Ontario and Canada. Toronto comes to life in the Grand Tasting Pavilion highlighting local restaurants, wineries and breweries. Attendees will delight in programming that features fan-favourite, local and international celebrity chefs, cooking classes, tutored tastings and special events that bring the world of food, wine and spirits to local palates. Join us at Evergreen Brick Works from September 18-20 to celebrate our diverse city, our multicultural epicurean scene, and enjoy the ultimate culinary weekend in Toronto.