The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation (the Foundation) is investing a total of $90,000 into 2 projects aimed at benefiting the Lambton County community. At a recent meeting, the Foundation's Board approved: $40,000 to The Women's Interval Home Sarnia-Lambton for the purchase of a van.
$50,000 to the Town of Plympton-Wyoming for enhancements to Arnold Minielly Park The Foundation wishes to thank everyone who submitted applications. The next round of funding applications is scheduled to be received in September 2017. The Foundation only considers requests for capital projects. Eligibility criteria can be found at www.jnaf.ca.
Over its 30 year history The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation has advanced over $5 million to more than 40 community projects including: Withdrawal Management Services at Bluewater Health; the installation of artificial turf at Norm Perry Park in Sarnia; the construction of the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery; the purchase of rare artifacts for the Lambton Heritage Museum; improvements to the Carriage House at the Animal Farm at Canatara Park in Sarnia; and the construction of a family friendly waiting room at St. Clair Child and Youth Services. Contact: Adam Alix The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation 519-466-1850 email@example.com