For the holiday season, Terry Pomerantz extends his best wishes to all his readers and to all those who help underprivileged children.
This year more than any other, the Holidays will be a time for celebration. Of course, we will have to “reinvent” the way we get together. There will be fewer of us at the table this year. We will only be able to meet our loved ones who live far away on videoconferencing platforms, and perhaps our elderly parents will, reluctantly, prefer to stay at home.
Terry’s Holiday Greetings
“This year is very special. I wish everyone happy Holidays. I wish you to still be able to see your family and loved ones despite all the rules we have to follow. I also wish everyone to be healthy for the holiday season. Now more than ever, it’s time to take care of each other.”
The Pomerantz Foundation’s Holiday Wishes
The entire Pomerantz Foundation team joins Terry in offering their best wishes for the holiday season to all the volunteers and all those who ensure the permanence of the Pomerantz Foundation’s partner organizations.
From Sun Youth, the Center for Child Development and Mental Health at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital, Starlight Canada, the West Island Women’s Centre, the Yaldei Center, the Ben Weider Education Center Chabad Seminary to a great number of other organizations, we thank you for allowing us to be your partners so that together we can make a difference for children in need of help and love.
“The impact of each of our acts of generosity is always multiplied. To help one child is to help the whole world! The holiday season is a time for action because hunger never stops!” concludes Terry.
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.