That Francophone adults experiencing loss of autonomy have access to long-term care services and can live fully in French throughout all phases of their lives in an environment respectful of their cultural, social and linguistic values.
To contribute to the availability and improvement of long-term care for Francophone adults experiencing loss of autonomy in southern Ontario.
The foundation is committed to assisting aging Francophones in meeting their long-term care needs by:
- Creating an awareness program within the French community
- Facilitating access to and expansion of French health care services and programs for Francophone adults experiencing loss of autonomy
- Raising funds to support the improvement of long-term care and for an eventual capital project to support building the first bilingual long-term care facility dedicated to serving Francophone adults experiencing loss of autonomy within the GTA
The Hélène Tremblay Lavoie Foundation logo celebrates the life of Hélène Tremblay Lavoie. Represented through a hybrid icon of Quebec’s provincial Fleur de lis and Ontario’s Trillium, the blended mark reflects a unique French community in an Ontario landscape. Meet our Board of Directors
Fondation Hélène Tremblay Lavoie Foundation Registration #83820 6001 RR0001
You can find the Foundation in the Charities Directorate of the Canadian Revenue Agency.