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The Angel Foundation for Learning was delighted to hear that the Foundation was being awarded a $2,500 grant from Youth and Philanthropy Initiative Canada thanks to Loretto College School student, Annalisa Mazzeo. The grant was awarded after Annalisaโ€™s presentation on child poverty and illustrating all that AFL does to support students and families in need. The

Youth and Philanthropy Program provided curriculum support for her grade 10 Civics and Citizenship class. Annalisa says she personally witnessed the work of the Foundation in action in her elementary school, helping many students who needed various types of assistance. The $2,500 grant will be matched by the Foundation so that Loretto College can enhance access to technology for all students.

John Yan (left) Executive Director of AFL presented the cheque to Annalisa (centre) and Loretto College Principal Erica Wilson on October 6, 2021. Thanks to Youth and Philanthropy Initiative – YPI Canada for offering this program to schools, and for their support of the work of The Angel Foundation for Learning.