To donate online to Eleanor Côté Home or the foundation’s next project, please visit Canada Helps or write to:
2475 St. Patrick Street
Thank you for your support!
A little history
The Taylor-Birks Foundation was founded by parents of people with an intellectual disability from the West Island in the late 1970s. Its mission is to improve quality of life for users of West Montreal Readaptation Centre and their families.
The foundation’s first major fundraising campaign in 2008 was the Building Hope campaign to build an adapted respite care facility on the grounds of WMRC’s Department of Child and Family Services in Beaconsfield.
Corporate, employee and partner contributions totalled over $1 million, and in June 2011, in the presence of major donors, employees, the Mayor of Beaconsfield and several media outlets, the ribbon was cut!
WMRC’s Strategic Plan 2010-2015 contains strategies for the foundation to launch three fundraising campaigns of various sizes over the next five years. Information on the next campaign will be announced shortly.
For all your Taylor-Birks news:
Comedy night raises $2,100
Beautiful coverage of a beautiful project
Grand opening of Eleanor Côté Home
A Website for new respite home
McDonald’s owner raises $4,000 for respite home
Respite funds from Beaconsfield Men’s Slo-Pitch League and local MNAs!
Three generous donations, two lovely stars
Timely news coverage for respite home groundbreaking
WMRC breaks ground on respite home
Follow the respite home’s progress here!
The Board of Directors