Our students face assorted challenges that affect their ability to achieve their best. Through the support of donors, sponsors and volunteers, The Angel Foundation for Learning is able to support, inspire, and nurture TCDSB students through our Four Wings of Support.
Through the Student Nutrition Program that The Angel Foundation for Learning manages, roughly 59,000 students will receive a healthy breakfast or morning meal a day. The outcome of this is students are better prepared for the challenges of a school day. The number is astounding and headline-worthy! More information here.
Liam Murphy, one of the artists who will be participating at our Curiosities Art Show, got a shout out from the Royal Family for his art and a thumbs up for working with the Angel Foundation for learning. How Great is that! Here is how the palace residents were first exposed to his work.
Liam has exhibited internationally and his hyper-realistic and abstract styles have garnered a lot of attention from around the world. His painting “Yesteryear’s Rose“ represented Canada in the Millennium Winsor & Newton International art exhibition held in London, Stockholm and at the United Nations in New York, USA. His Royal Highness Prince Charles judged and helped select with four other judges his painting “Yesteryear’s Rose” at his residence in St. James Palace to represent Canada in the Winsor & Newton International Art Exhibition held in London Mall Galleries.
Astounded at the beautiful pieces coming in for the Curiosities Art Show on February 9th & 10th.