The Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada organizes a very special Halloween party!

An Amazing Halloween Party!

Trick or treating is not really possible for seriously ill children. Most of them can only be nostalgic about Halloween activities, as if they will never again experience such magical moments.

To rectify this, Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada organizes each year Halloween events adapted to the needs of seriously ill kids, in indoor locations which are accessible for them and completely safe.

Once again this year, Starlight will mobilize the whole floor of hotels in 4 cities across Canada for the Trick or Suite event. The organization’s volunteers will decorate each of the rooms and then await the kids. When the little princesses, little princes, magicians and witches will knock at the door, they will be welcomed with open arms and treated to sweets and surprises in their bags. All these volunteers will leave a magical impression in the hearts of the children, with their big caring smiles and generosity.

At the end October/start of November, in Quebec, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, there will be more than 1,300 kids celebrating Halloween thanks to the Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada.

The Pomerantz Foundation is proud to support the Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada.

The Pomerantz Foundation, its team and its leader, Terry Pomerantz, are proud to support the Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada and its mission, which is to “create priceless smiles and memories for seriously ill children and their families”.

The Pomerantz Foundation is managed by volunteers who are not remunerated in any way. Their commitment and devotion completely free the Foundation from management and operational costs. Therefore, all funds collected by the Pomerantz Foundation are entirely donated to the non-profit organizations it supports. Since its creation, the Pomerantz Foundation has donated more than 5 million dollars to a great number of organizations that, in multiple ways, help underprivileged or sick children, or children who have a condition that makes them different.

Entrepreneur and prominent figure in Montreal's real estate and manufacturing sectors, Terry Pomerantz approaches every aspect of life with heart and character. At the helm of Domfoam and T.R.A.M.S Property Management, he carries on his late father's legacy while dedicating his philanthropic commitment to the Pomerantz Foundation, which has been actively supporting children's causes since 1991.