Charger Foundation Golf Tournament Raises Landmark $25,000 for Healthy Fathers and Families

TORONTO, ON – (August 20, 2018) The first of their kind programs for healthy and involved fathers at the Canadian Centre for Men and Families (CCMF) have just received a huge boost thanks to a $25,000 contribution from the proceeds of the Charger Foundation 2018 Golf Tournament.

The 14th Annual Charger Foundation Charitable Golf Tournament took place on June 20, 2018 with support from title sponsors The InStore Group and Carpenters Union Local 27, and official event sponsor and major donor HS&Partners LLP.

A cheque for the Amount of $25,000 was Presented to Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE) by Charger Foundation at HS & Partners offices

“We are amazed by the generosity of the Charger Foundation, in particular Chairman Louis Sapi and staff Sonia Vaknin, Zarah Dehnashi and Samantha Sapi,” said CCMF Executive Director Justin Trottier. Over the course of three annual events, Charger has contributed a total of $50,000 to programs that improve men’s health, help young men become better fathers and ensure services are available for men who are experiencing domestic abuse.

“We are proud to have made this important contribution to grow programs that are often the only ones available for single or divorced fathers and their children,” said Charger Foundation Chairman Louis Sapi. “Our partnership with the CCMF has improved the lives of many families while also transforming the public acceptance of men’s services.”

Charger and the CCMF join in sharing their gratitude with all sponsors, golfers, donors and volunteers whose participation made this signature event a huge success. Our 2018 sponsors were the following amazing companies:

The InStore Group, Carpenters Union Local 27, HS&Partners LLP, Blue Line Distribution, The Consilium Group, Gene C. Colman Family Law Centre, Horodynsky Farms Inc., Vaknin Law Professional Corporation, Closeout King, Noble Estates, Golfer’s Green, Furnace King, Deer Fields, RBC Wealth Management, V71 Entertainment, Kinetic Risk Management, Hockley Miller, Kifinti Solutions Inc., P2 Realty, Charger Consulting Corporation, Goodbye Graffiti, Fitch Security Integration, The Office Mover, Armstrong, Umbra

“The Charger Foundation has shown extraordinary leadership in galvanizing community backing around this cause, and thanks to Charger’s ongoing support we are making progress toward our shared vision of a future where more children benefit from a strong relationship with their fathers and all people are free from abuse and violence,” said Trottier.

CONTACT

Justin Trottier
Executive Director,
Canadian Association for Equality
jtrottier@equalitycanada.com
416-402-8856

Charger Foundation Golf Tournament Raises Landmark $25,000 for Healthy Fathers and Families

TORONTO, ON – (August 20, 2018) The first of their kind programs for healthy and involved fathers at the Canadian Centre for Men and Families (CCMF) have just received a huge boost thanks to a $25,000 contribution from the proceeds of the Charger Foundation 2018 Golf Tournament.

The 14th Annual Charger Foundation Charitable Golf Tournament took place on June 20, 2018 with support from title sponsors The InStore Group and Carpenters Union Local 27, and official event sponsor and major donor HS & Partners LLP.

A cheque for the Amount of $25,000 was Presented to Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE) by Charger Foundation at HS & Partners offices

“We are amazed by the generosity of the Charger Foundation, in particular Chairman Louis Sapi and staff Sonia Vaknin, Zarah Dehnashi and Samantha Sapi,” said CCMF Executive Director Justin Trottier. Over the course of three annual events, Charger has contributed a total of $50,000 to programs that improve men’s health, help young men become better fathers and ensure services are available for men who are experiencing domestic abuse.

“We are proud to have made this important contribution to grow programs that are often the only ones available for single or divorced fathers and their children,” said Charger Foundation Chairman Louis Sapi. “Our partnership with the CCMF has improved the lives of many families while also transforming the public acceptance of men’s services.”

Charger and the CCMF join in sharing their gratitude with all sponsors, golfers, donors and volunteers whose participation made this signature event a huge success. Our 2018 sponsors were the following amazing companies:

The InStore Group, Carpenters Union Local 27, HS & Partners LLP, Blue Line Distribution, The Consilium Group, Gene C. Colman Family Law Centre, Horodynsky Farms Inc., Vaknin Law Professional Corporation, Closeout King, Noble Estates, Golfer’s Green, Furnace King, Deer Fields, RBC Wealth Management, V71 Entertainment, Kinetic Risk Management, Hockley Miller, Kifinti Solutions Inc., P2 Realty, Charger Consulting Corporation, Goodbye Graffiti, Fitch Security Integration, The Office Mover, Armstrong, Umbra

“The Charger Foundation has shown extraordinary leadership in galvanizing community backing around this cause, and thanks to Charger’s ongoing support we are making progress toward our shared vision of a future where more children benefit from a strong relationship with their fathers and all people are free from abuse and violence,” said Trottier.

CONTACT

Justin Trottier
Executive Director,
Canadian Association for Equality
jtrottier@equalitycanada.com

Proposed Changes to the taxation of Private Corporations

My Letter to Honourable Justin Trudeau & Honourable Bill Morneau

Re: Proposed Changes to the taxation of Private Corporations

The Department of Finance’s release of the document “Tax Planning for Private Corporation” for consultation and comment in July 2017 has resulted in significant and justified outrage from Canadian professionals and small business owners. I am writing this letter to address your concept of “fairness”, since you have used this term to justify this latest attack on the entrepreneurial middle class.  It appears that you have taken a very narrow and misleading position when using the term “fairness” in order to sell your proposed changes to that portion of the general electorate that is not familiar with the economic reality facing small businesses and professionals.   

Read The Complete Letter Here

Yours Truly,

Louis J. Sapi CPA-CA, MBA

 

 

INTRODUCING HOCKLEY MILLER LTD.

Louis Sapi is pleased to introduce  Hockley Miller Ltd. (HML); a leading globally-focused corporate consulting and advisory firm that combines industry knowledge with specialized expertise in strategy, operations, financing, and organization transformation.

Our professionals help clients optimize their businesses, improve their operations, and accelerate their organizational performance to seize the most attractive opportunities. As a result, we have a tangible impact on clients’ revenue and net earnings.

Hockley Miller’s capabilities and intellectual capital are enhanced by our extensive industry expertise, geographic range, analytical rigor, and hands-on collaborative approach.

Our professionals see what others don’t, challenge conventional thinking, and consistently deliver innovative, customized solutions. We also work side by side with senior executives to accelerate execution through a blend of analytical and management approaches.

Services include;

  • Corporate finance with debt or equity raises
  • Acquisitions and divestitures
  • Strategic and tactical business planning and business introductions to expand sales

Please visit our website at  Hockley Miller Ltd for more information

We look forward to speaking with you to see you or anyone you know could benefit from our services.

Warmest Regards,

Louis J. Sapi, CPA., CA., MBA.

Great NP article on Friday Aug. 26, 2016 by Terence Corcoran

Great NP  article on Friday Aug. 26, 2016 by Terence Corcoran:  Prosperous growth is the next foundational phase for Canada’s national economic renewal.  I  agree that Canada needs to coordinate the various “National Strategy” programs being developed in isolation across Canada.  As Corcoran states,   Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum, believes the world is now fully into the Fourth Industrial Revolution .  It is occurring at an exponential rate, disrupting almost every industry in every country: artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, 3D printing, nanotechnology, energy storage, quantum computing.  We need to coordinate and start managing our economy like any prudent business.

Thank you for Attending Charger Foundation 9 & Play- 2016

Dear Friends:

I would like to extend my sincere thanks for your participation in the 12th annual Charger Foundation Charitable Golf Tournament held on Friday June 24th at bond Head Golf Club. This year we partnered with 33 Seven to create a unique and popular “9 hole and poker” event.

We successfully raised $26,000 for the Canadian Center for Men and Families programs which are providing for those in need of mental health, fathering, legal services and support for men and families that have experienced divorce, violence and abuse.

As importantly, we were able to introduce people who are prepared to help CAFÉ in many other ways.

Special thanks to our sponsors and those volunteers that made this a special day. It is my pleasure and honour to thank you for your generous efforts & making the event a tremendous success. click for a short video

Louis J. Sapi

Chairman

Province announces it is cutting Red Tape

Interesting play on words.  Upon review of the 2016 report, the ‘initiatives’ are mostly about speeding up processes through the use of the Internet, computerized forms, or e-filing. This does not reduce red tape!  The government has not addressed the core of the issue;  what regulations could and should be cut to REDUCE red tape.  It appears the public is once again subject to Liberal double talk.