Judith and Norman Alix Foundation invests $271,100 into the local community

Among the local capital projects is a $90k donation to Pathways Health Centre for Children

Point Edward mayor Bev Hand is with her granddaughter Holly Hand enjoying the benefits of the therapeutic pool at Pathways Health Centre for Children. The Judith and Norman Alix Foundation included the project in a list of recent donations.

The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation continues a proud tradition of reinvesting into its home community.

At a recent meeting, The Foundation’s Board approved the funding of three local capital projects:

  • $100,000 to the Inn of the Good Shepherd for the purchase of food and other essential items directly related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • $90,000 to Pathways Health Centre for Children for the refurbishment of the therapeutic pool.
  • $81,100 to the Oil Museum of Canada for the Visitor Experience Project which includes the development of new exhibits, interactive learning experiences, interpretive signage and improved visitor amenities.

The Foundation wishes to thank everyone who submitted applications.

Over its 30 year history The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation has advanced more than $5 million to over 30 community projects including Withdrawal Management Services at Bluewater Health; the installation of artificial turf at Norm Perry Park in Sarnia; the construction of the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery; and the purchase of rare artifacts for the Lambton Heritage Museum; the purchase of a van for the Inn of The Good Shepherd; portable bleachers for The Lambton Fairs Association, renovations to the Kineto Theatre in Forest and much more.

Please watch for further details at www.jnaf.ca.

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