The Miriam Foundation held one of the largest golf tournaments of the season in Montreal on June 29, bringing together 272 golfers. Under the theme “Strike for the cause”, this 56th annual tournament took place at the Elm Ridge Country Club. Funds raised will be used to support people with autism and/or intellectual disabilities. Thanks to the generosity of the many sponsors and donors, more than $750,000 was raised during this event.
“We are extremely proud of this achievement, said Warren Greenstone, President and CEO of the Miriam Foundation. The support shown by our great community means a lot to us. Every day, our team works hard to help children and adults with autism and/or intellectual disabilities, as well as their parents and families.” This encouraging success allows the Foundation to support comprehensive and personalized services that meet the needs of these people at all stages of their lives. Through a holistic approach, Miriam offers a range of clinical, educational, and recreational programs aimed at improving their quality of life.
The Miriam Foundation would like to express its sincere gratitude to all its players, donors, sponsors, volunteers and all staff present who contributed to making this edition a great success. She would like to particularly thank Safdie & Co, Wendy & Gary Wechsler, Broccolini, Leutner Wealth, Miles & Corine Leutner, Primo, George & Itzkovitz Family and National Bank.
About the Miriam Foundation
Founded in 1973, Miriam’s mission is to support the funding of clinical, educational, residential, and recreational programs to improve the lives of people with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Miriam is convinced that everyone must evolve in a stimulating environment, with family support, a social network, leisure activities and health care adapted to their specific needs, promoting the development of their full potential as contributing members of society.