UTTS 2023 - The Queen Elizabeth Health Complex Foundation (QEHCF) hosted its highly anticipated yearly event, Under the Tuscan Sun, on Thursday, May 25, 2023, at the prestigious Mount Royal Tennis Club.

UTTS 2023 Committee

More than 140 people attended in support of the QEHC and its exceptional health care contribution to the community. We are thrilled to announce that the event successfully raised $58,000 in net profits dedicated to fund the QEHC Diabetes Education Program.

Since 1996, this vital program has significantly improved the lives of individuals affected by diabetes by providing education and support and preventing the onset and complications associated with the disease. The QEHC Diabetes Education Program offers the services of a specialized registered nurse, specializing in diabetes management, completely free of charge.

The organizing committee, led by QEHCF Chair John MacDonald, was made up of a dedicated group of volunteers: Tony Fargnoli, Alexandre Gagnon, Shahinaze Hachem, Mitchell Labell, Nicole Larocque, Joanne Mastro, Liz McConomy, Irene Tschernomor, Alexandra Goldbloom, and Élaine Lalonde.

This remarkable event would not have been possible without the generous support of our sponsors: Alan Klinkhoff Gallery, Susan & Richard Hart, BGL Brokerage Ltd, BFL Canada, James Griffin and Sons, Kane & Fetterly, Robco, Dr. and Mrs. Skip Kerner, Globex 2000, Honeyrose, Groupe Sutton (Marie-Laure Guillard), Novotel, Richard & Satoko Ingram, and Travelway Group International.

Air Canada Foundation sponsored the event with two (2) return Economy Class tickets anywhere in North America including Hawaii, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

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Thank you to the Westmount Independent for featuring the event in their October 3rd, 2023 edition

Announcement of the QEHCF's new Chair of the Board - We are excited to announce that John Macdonald has recently been appointed as Chair of the QEHC Foundation’s Board of Directors. We would like to thank Nauzie Dibai for her years of support and commitment as Chair during a pivotal time. We are so fortunate to have such strong community leaders at the helm of our organization.

Thank you Nauzie and welcome John!

Meet the QEHC Foundation’s new chair John MacDonald, President and CEO of Robco. With a degree in Chemical Engineering and a Minor in Technological Entrepreneurship from McGill University, John is a purpose-driven and hands-on leader with strong technical and IT skills and extensive engineering experience. Throughout his 10-year tenure as President and CEO, John has driven innovation and productivity in the industrial manufacturing sector, allowing Robco to thrive and become an industry leader.