After careful consideration of the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, we have made the difficult yet prudent decision to postpone our Gala to September 23, 2021. Our collective health, safety and well-being remain our top priority. Although we are being confronted with an unprecedented crisis, we remain steadfast and unwavering in our commitment to support youth mental health and military-related PTSD. Furthermore, we are honored to have provided pandemic-related support. In these times of uncertainty, our collaboration is that much more crucial. If you would like to make a donation or purchase a table for 2021, please contact us at email@example.com.
Thank you for your kindness and generosity.
Barry Lorenzetti, President, CEO and Founder of BFL CANADA announces that his family Foundation is partnering with the McGill University Health Centre Foundation to offer a free lunch to all daytime staff on May 4, 2020. Over 5,000 meals will be distributed to thank these essential workers for their commitment and tireless efforts during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Nurses, physicians, researchers, orderlies, maintenance workers and other staff members at McGill University Health Centre are on the front lines of this crisis, delivering exceptional patient care and service to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. “We hope that this token of thanks will show these everyday heroes how grateful and supportive their community is, as well as offer them some comfort during these critical times,” says Justin Smith-Lorenzetti, President of the Barry F. Lorenzetti Foundation.
“Thank you to all of the medical professionals and hospital staff for maintaining an excellent standard of care during these challenging times. It is truly the most selfless act to face the world’s problems head on to try to keep everyone safe. Thank you – your hard work and bravery do not go unnoticed,” says Joelle Sholzberg, Executive Director of the Barry F. Lorenzetti Foundation. The Barry F. Lorenzetti Foundation would also like to take this opportunity to thank all essential service workers who are working hard to reduce the impacts of the pandemic. We will get through this crisis thanks to each one of you.
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.