THE LEGACY OF HERB PAPERMAN LIVES ON, HELPING THE LESS FORTUNATE IN THE COMMUNITY. During his lifetime, it was important for Herb Paperman to help the less fortunate. Even after his passing in 2017, his legacy lives on with the recent announcement from the Paperman family of a generous bequest he made to the Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors Foundation to help vulnerable seniors.
The Rona & Irving Levitt Family Foundation, named after their late parents, has designated a gift of $600,000 as an Endowment Fund to benefit the Centre’s Mental Health Structured Day Program. Also a Life Governor of the Foundation, Levitt felt that the program would benefit from the funds and ensure that the support extends well into the future.
Howard Richman of King Canada has been extremely generous with our woodshop for the past 20 years. He has regularly donated woodworking materials and machinery, helping to ensure that the woodshop is up to code. Richman takes great pride in supporting the community and hopes that the woodshop is well-used by the seniors at the Cummings Centre.
We are tremendously grateful to Ted Adler and Sandy Lipkus for the creation of the Adler-Lipkus Compassionate Fund for Vulnerable Seniors.
The Adler & Lipkus Foundation’s donation will go a long way in protecting and assisting seniors in their most difficult time.