Toronto, ON —  A-Supreme Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides round-the-clock care and support to community seniors, will be hosting “A New Era of Care Grand Gala” on Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 7 PM to 10 PM at the Delta Hotels by Marriott, 655 Dixon Rd., Etobicoke, Ontario. The Gala is designed to benefit and further improve the organization’s critical contributions to providing subsidized homecare for seniors in need.


The event’s Keynote speaker will be The Most Honourable Juliet Holness; MP and wife of Jamaica’s Prime Minister, The Most Honourable Andrew Holness.
Keynote Speaker: The Most Honourable Juliet Holness, MP (Jamaica)

”Improving the conditions of the vulnerable and especially the elderly, has been my personalmission in politics but also in my personal life. I am always eager to connect with others in this line of work to share lessons and to learn new skills. I look forward to joining my friends at A-Supreme Foundation for this amazing evening of fellowship in celebration of the new era of care we all believe in”, shares Mrs. Holness.


Keisha Johnson, President of A-Supreme Foundation endorses this message, stating: “As a foundation dedicated to improving the quality of life for seniors through education, advocacy and subsidized in-home care, this special event is a great opportunity for others to join us in our work while enjoying a fun, collaborative evening out.


The Gala is also a celebration of notable community stalwarts for their myriad contributions to improving the lives of people within their respective communities.


The Carpenter’s Union, Jamaica National Group, Marcia Brown of Trust 15, Patrick Shaw of the Falstaff Community Centre and Linden Dryden founder of Liberty for Youth will be presented with the Foundation’s Diamond Citizen Award.


“It’s not often that we recognize and celebrate the work that individuals and organizations oftentimes sacrificially do to help others thrive,” Vivienne Duet one of the founders of the foundation explained. “As a charity standing in the gap for some of the most vulnerable citizens in our community, we understand collaboration and that is “together we thrive,” Mrs. Duett added.


The Grand Gala will be hosted in collaboration with the Jamaica 55 Independence Canada Committee under the auspices of Her Excellency Janice Miller, High Commissioner of Jamaica to Canada and Emcees for the event will be renowned storyteller Itah Sadu and Henderson Ifill.


“It is our sincere hope that everyone will consider joining us for an evening of celebration and support the most vulnerable seniors of our communities to be engaged and live with dignity,” said Founder Vivienne Dickson.


A-Supreme Foundation provides caregiving support, home support, subsidized in-home nursing care, and other critical services to vulnerable seniors.  Recently, the foundation announced the launch of a major fundraising campaign to help more qualified seniors access its subsidized in-home care program. Called the Gold Circle Campaign, A-Supreme Foundation is hoping to provide 500 qualified seniors in the GTA with the necessary in-home care service. The campaign will conclude December 31, 2017.


To follow the foundation on Facebook, visit: https://www.facebook.com/asupremefoundation/.
About A-Supreme Foundation
As a full-service charitable organization and foundation that aims to provide compassionate care and 24-7 support to community-based seniors, A-Supreme Foundation excels at actively educating their community about how to best service others in a manner that is loving and dignified. A-Supreme Foundation works to identify the proper care and support that is required for each individual senior and extends their knowledge and resources to other members of the community that can step in to ensure the network stays functional.



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