Tuesday | October 24, 2017

Each year the Crestwood Foundation helps assist deserving students who could not otherwise afford to come to Crestwood.

The Foundation allows students to enjoy the Crestwood difference and the rich variety of opportunities at the school. At the same time, Crestwood is enriched by the presence of energetic and dynamic students who contribute to the Crestwood community.

Since its inception in 2007, the Crestwood Foundation has helped an average of 10 students per year be part of the Crestwood Community.

Our goal is to continue to help as many students and families experience the Crestwood difference each year. However, to do so, we need your help.

Please consider helping others receive the same opportunity at Crestwood that your family has enjoyed, by donating to the Crestwood Foundation.

Donating is perhaps the most meaningful way that any member of the Crestwood community can contribute to the school and enrich our entire community.

Gifts will be recognized on the Crestwood Giving Tree located in the main lobby of the school for all donations over $500.00.

How to Help

To make a secure on-line donation to the

Crestwood Scholarship Foundation, Click the Donate Now button below:

Donations are eligible for a tax receipt.

Of course, you can always mail a cheque to help the Foundation do its good work. Please make cheques payable to:

 Crestwood Preparatory College Scholarship Foundation

217 Brookbanks Drive

Toronto, ON M3A 2T7

BN/Registration Number: 823355219RR0001

 Transparent, Accountable, Responsible

The Foundation is a registered educational charity and is independent from Crestwood Preparatory College. Because it is a registered educational charity, it can provide tax receipts for donations.

Our Board

George Cooke is the president and CEO of The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company. He sits on a number of corporate, not-for-profit and government boards.

Jill McCutcheon is a partner at Blaney McMurtry LLP. She has over 20 years experience in providing legal counsel to Canada’s financial services industry.

Max Ciccolini is an expert in the insurance industry. He has been deeply committed to educational charities for much of his life.

Deborah Scott is the founding principal of Scott Morris Architects Inc. This award-winning firm specializes in environmentally responsive designs in healthcare, laboratory, and educational settings, as well as retail and office projects.