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  • Brian Bronfman Family Foundation » Welcome / Bienvenue
    if you have received a fraudulent email purportedly from The Brian Bronfman Family Foundation Brian Bronfman Family Foundation Veuillez cliquer ici si vous avez reçu un courriel frauduleux qui pretend provenir de la Fondation de la famille Brian Bronfman Fondation

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  • Brian Bronfman Family Foundation » About Us
    human rights Helen Antoniou Molson Secretary Treasurer has studied law and public health and has worked as a management consultant advising multinational corporations in the areas of strategic planning organizational effectiveness and transformational change Her personal and community interests are primarily in the areas of leadership coaching accessible education and social harmony Harry Hopmeyer 1955 2006 was an original board member of the BBFF His spirit and ideas guided the

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  • Brian Bronfman Family Foundation » Areas of Interest
    Applied Peace that is programs and approaches which in very concrete ways make ours a more harmonious and less violent society with increased empathy greater acceptance of diversity more emotional intelligence better communication and a greater ability to prevent and resolve conflicts in a peaceful and effective manner The BBFF will only support efforts that are practical in nature leading to real change whether in the individual or in society

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  • Brian Bronfman Family Foundation » Title
    Requests must have a proper address and must come from organizations that have a charity number Applications must include the following to be considered a copy of the organization s most recent audited financial statements a current list of Officers and Directors a budget for the proposed project along with an indication of amounts already received and other anticipated sources of support a summary of the goals and objectives of

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  • Brian Bronfman Family Foundation » Grant Limitations
    for Canadian tax purposes organizations that act as intermediary fund raising groups for other organizations individuals political parties riding associations and candidates The Foundation s main geographical focus is the province of Quebec with other national and international grants made

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  • Brian Bronfman Family Foundation » Evaluation
    also include any related data press releases or media coverage The following questions may serve as a guideline Did the project fulfill the goals as specified in the grant application Did it accomplish all that was intended Were the designated recipients assisted as intended Were any of the target beneficiaries not helped If not why not How can the successes and failures be explained What will be the lasting benefits

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  • Brian Bronfman Family Foundation » Supported Organizations
    violence Institut Pacifique International Community Action Network Ensemble for the Respect of Diversity RefugePoint Mise au jeu Equitas Centre de formation sociale Marie Gérin Lajoie Living Together Zone de paix YMCA Peace Medal Awards Centre de services de justice réparatrice Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution Dawson College Peace Centre Romeo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative PREVNet Youth Fusion Imago Theatre Mosaic Institute 3arts Hagar School Desta Note This is not an

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  • Brian Bronfman Family Foundation » Ideas & Initiatives » Ideas
    become a reality Martin Luther King Jr American civil rights leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner 1929 1968 When you call yourself an Indian or a Muslim or a Christian or a European or anything else you are being violent Do you see why it is violent Because you are separating yourself from the rest of mankind When you separate yourself by belief by nationality by tradition it breeds violence So a man who is trying to understand violence does not belong to any country to any religion to any political party or partial system he is concerned with the total understanding of mankind Jiddu Krishnamurti Indian theosophist 1895 1986 The Art of Peace is not easy It is a fight to the finish the slaying of evil desires and all falsehood within On occasion the Voice of Peace resounds like thunder jolting human beings out of their stupor The world will continue to change dramatically but fighting and war can destroy us utterly What we need now are techniques of harmony not those of contention The Art of Peace is required not the Art of War Morihei Ueshiba Japanese martial arts expert and founder of Aikido 1883 1969 It is essential to know that to be a happy person a happy family a happy society it is very crucial to have a good heart that is very crucial World peace must develop from inner peace Peace is not just the absence of violence but the manifestation of human compassion The 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner 1935 Peace is not the product of a victory or a command It has no finishing line no final deadline no fixed definition of achievement Peace is a never ending process the work of many decisions Dr Oscar Arias Former President of Costa Rica and Nobel Peace Prize winner 1940 Peace is to live to love to learn and leave a legacy with balance and joy Peace is cooperation rather than competition to become part of a synergistic living whole Peace is the development of our human endowments that empower us with character and competence in the moment of choice Peace is learning to listen and live by conscience Stephen R Covey American educator and leadership consultant 1932 If you are neutral in situations of injustice you have chosen the side of the oppressor If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality Archbishop Desmond Tutu South African civil rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner 1931 We can gain no lasting peace if we approach it with suspicion and mistrust and fear We can gain it only if we proceed with the understanding the confidence and the courage which flow from conviction Franklin Delano Roosevelt 32nd President of the United States 1882 1945 Living out a witness to peace has to do with everyday choices about the

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