Features & Highlights

Thank You Siemens Canada Limited!

Halton Learning Foundation is pleased to announce a donation of $15,000 from Siemens Canada to support a new, first of its kind, state-of-the-art, Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics program at Garth Webb Secondary School in Oakville. In partnership with local industry, CMA (Canadian Manufacturing Association) and CTMA (Canadian Tooling & Machining Association), the Halton District School Board is developing a provincial classroom and program model for the delivery of advanced manufacturing. (more…)

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You are Invited!

It’s time for a Celebration and we would like you to join us!

On Thursday November 13, 2014 we will be hosting our annual Celebration Dinner supporting the critical work of Halton Learning Foundation for students-in-need and schools.  Our headline performer will be the incredible Jordan John! Join us for a great night out to support Halton students (more…)

Thank You Robert Bateman H.S. YOUTH IN ACTION Team!

Say Hello to our New Executive Director

Karmel Sakran, Chair of Halton Learning Foundation, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Lesley A. Mansfield to the position of Executive Director of the Foundation, as of June 9, 2014.

As Karmel Sakran remarks, “Lesley brings a deep passion and understanding of the work of the Foundation, having been its strong supporter while Manager of Marketing & Communications at Prosperity ONE Credit Union.  As current President of the Milton Chamber of Commerce and 2011 Milton Business Person of the Year, Lesley has a demonstrated ability to motivate and engage business and individuals with the vision and mission of the Foundation. We are very fortunate to have someone as capable as Lesley to continue and build on the long-tradition of success of Pat Wright, who is retiring this June after 10 years of service.” (more…) 

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Help Remove BarriersSo I Can

Participate, Learn, Succeed

 “Hi, I’m Alex. My Dad and I were living with my Aunt since the Fall, but she asked us to leave, so now we are lviing in a motel. The motel is really far from school – I have to take 2 buses to get there on the days that my Dad can’t drive me…(read more & learn how you can help…)

 

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 Grant Awarded for T.A. Blakelock High School Athletic Field Refurbishment and Enhancement

Halton District School Board (HDSB), the Spirit of Support Committee (S.O.S.), and Halton Learning Foundation (HLF) are pleased to announce a $380,000 grant from the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund (CIIF), administered through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), for the T.A. Blakelock High School athletic field refurbishment and enhancement project. (more…)

You can Light the Way for a student-in-need

 Your Light the Way gift to a local Halton student-in-need will help by providing basic necessities that allow them to continue attending school, improve their social engagement, and enable them to share in learning experiences with their classmates. This gift may seem small to you, however the barrier that you are breaking down for a student is HUGE - a Light the Way gift for local student often means being able to come to school …having friends….being able to participate in school activities like sports, field trips, experiential learning, co-op placements, and more.