So grateful and impressed with the creativity and energy the grade 7 students at Holy Trinity CS put into their annual school-wide fundraiser “Caines Arcade” and raised $1400 for the AFL! Thanks also to Principal Fietta, teachers Mr. Martin and Mr. Severino.
Empowering TCDSB students to focus on their education
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.
The Angel Foundation for Learning helped kick off the Grocery Foundation’s annual Toonies for Tummies campaign at Michael Power/St. Joseph Catholic high school this morning with live coverage on Breakfast Television. Photo: SNP volunteer coordinator Farina, Angel Foundation for Learning Executive Director John Yan and Superintendent Flora Cifelli
The Student Nutrition Program team are hosting training sessions for the volunteer nutrition coordinators. These sessions help teach them how to fill out their financial reports that they submit monthly. Thank you for your hard work and dedication! More information about the Student Nutrition Program can be found here.
Olaranke Olusegun, from Father Henry Carr and Shane Angelo Avila, from Neil McNeil, received the Tom Leon Bursaries this year from Connie Leon, widow of Tom Leon and Nancy Murdocca, President of The Angel Foundation for Learning. Each bursary in the amount of $5000 are awarded to two graduating students – one female and one male who require financial assistance in order to pursue post-secondary and have demonstrated academic achievements and have made contributions to the school and/or community that reflect Catholic values. More information on the Tom Leon Bursary and others can be found here.
Holy Angels Catholic School receives the AFL Literacy Award for Exceptional Students from Executive Director, John Yan. The award in the amount of $500 is granted annually to an elementary school in order to enhance and expand literacy materials for children with special needs. More information on this and other awards are available here.
Principal Neil McGrath, Teacher Librarian Emily Moretti and students accept the award and are holding up books already purchased with some of the money.