From March 15-18, we held a firm retreat for our staff and their families at St. Anne’s Spa in Grafton, Ontario. For three days, we focused on creating an atmosphere to help rebuild our strength, recapture our energy, and reflect on what’s truly important in life and our firm.
Please see the following press release regarding the recipient of our 2009 Charitable Giving Fund Grant.
Russell I. Alexander Awards 2009 Charitable Giving Fund Grant
Covenant House, Toronto, ON will receive $5,000.00 to enrich the lives of homeless youth.
TORONTO, ON December 22, 2009
A local business has just boosted the resources for Covenant House, which is the largest shelter in Canada for homeless and runaway Youths.
Russell Alexander, a lawyer in the Durham Region and City of Kawartha Lakes, has found a way to give back to the community by starting a Lindsay-based charitable fund; the Russell I. Alexander … more »
Please see the following press release regarding the creation of the Russell Alexander Charitable Giving Fund.
Russell I. Alexander Introduces Charitable Giving Fund
BROOKLIN, ON December 18, 2009
Russell I. Alexander announced the inauguration of a Giving Fund that will support various charitable organizations located mainly in Durham Region and City of Kawartha Lakes. The Giving Fund will support grants to various charitable organizations and not for profit organizations working to enhance quality of life and that reflect the spirit of the region.
Russell I. Alexander, the firm’s founder said, “Our firm is proud to be a part of the … more »
Our firm held a charity reception on November 21st, 2009 for the Dream Ball, which raises money for children at risk who are involved with the Kawartha-Haliburton Children’s Aid Society. Here are some photos from the event!
We wanted to share some photos from our pre-Christmas firm retreat from December 18-20 at Rawley Resort in Port Severn, Ontario. Our staff and their families enjoyed relaxation and supreme comfort at the Muskoka resort located in a peaceful, beautifully landscaped setting on the waterfront overlooking the historical Trent-Severn River Waterway.