Following our last post on March 16th regarding our new “work from home policy”, we have extended this management until April 10. During this time, we are maintaining our commitment and dedication to the Foundation and its causes. We encourage you to consult the Canadian Public Health Association for most recent updates and directives on the evolution of the outbreak.
Following the recent outbreak, the COVID-19 virus has already affected the lives of many, as well as disrupted the activities of several organizations. For this reason, the Barry F. Lorenzetti Foundation has put in place precautionary measures to safeguard the health and safety of its employees and the general population, while fully aligned with our plan to continue operations. We have applied a “work from home” policy as of March 16, 2020 at 5 pm. We remain accessible to all.
We encourage you to consult the Canadian Public Health Association for most recent updates and directives on the evolution of the outbreak.
Contact our Executive Director, Joelle Sholzberg, to make a reservation.
After years of struggle with mental health issues, Morgan found hope with Headstrong Summits.
She became the first youth mentor for HEADSTRONG, where she helps many young people become champions of mental health in their respective schools and communities.
Stories of hope and success like Morgan’s reinforce our pride in funding Headstrong Summits.
It is an honor and a privilege for us to fund Faces of Honor, a photographic exhibition dedicated to honoring Veterans at Ste. Anne’s Hospital.
Last Monday, as part of the launch of the 19th edition of the exhibition, our Executive Director, Joelle Sholzberg, delivered a poignant speech to the many guests present.
Here are some apt words from Barry F. Lorenzetti, as well as other highlights from the Barry F. Lorenzetti Foundation Annual Gala that was held on September 19th.
Video cred : Blackbox Productions