Generations Foundation is in harmony with Mother Nature. From hot summer days at country camps to fresh produce, youngsters enjoy the bounty that nature has to offer. During the school year, students will enjoy a hot breakfast on chilly mornings, have nutritious lunches and energy snacks in the morning and […]
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Everyone looks forward to the last week of school, especially those who are graduating. Adrian Bercovici and I presented the Generations Foundation Citizenship and Community Awards of commemorative plaques and laptop computers to six students at six schools. We also participated in graduation ceremonies at St. Raphael, St. Gabriel and […]
With respect to Fathers Day and the role of men in general, I can’t help but reflect sadly that even as a young child, I had no grandfather figure with whom I could build memories. Both my grandfathers died too early. However, I adored my father. As the sole breadwinner […]
Home is where the heart is. In 1999, Generations Foundation’s first home was in our own home. Adrian and I operated the charity from our basement for two years. We awoke to faxes coming in and attended to all manner of communication, including phone calls and emails from morning till […]
Generations Foundation’s 10th-anniversary back-to-school Bagelothon, run with our partner St. Viateur Bagel & Café, was a resounding success. Among notables who attended were N.D.G. councilor Michael Applebaum, Susan Clarke, CTV’s Christine Long, Bob Babinski of Metro 14, and Thelma Gearey of The Senior Times. Board members were out in force, […]
BY NATALIE BERCOVICI Marriage is alive and well in Montreal. Good weather arrived early in May and to our delight, many brides and grooms were at the Old Port with their entourage of family and friends. This is a lovely sight to behold, and couples should not be afraid of […]