Sharelife Mass of Thanksgiving

On October 18, 2018, Jennifer and Michael attended a mass and reception at St. Paul’s Basilica in Toronto for Sharelife Donors. As Cardinal Thomas Collins puts it, “As a Catholic community, we are called to live the Gospel by providing for those in need. Along with our partners, we are challenged to respond in justice and love. You are truly making a difference in the lives of those who are less fortunate and for that we are truly grateful.”

Sharelife was established in 1976 and actively promotes respect for the sanctity of life at all stages. It has more than 40 Catholic agencies and grant recipients to this day, and helps anyone in need regardless of religion or culture.

 Jennifer Steele, Michael Steele, & Arthur Peters ( Sharelife  Executive Director).

Jennifer Steele, Michael Steele, & Arthur Peters (Sharelife Executive Director).

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The SFF attends a beautiful fundraising event in support of Global Pathways School

What a wonderful event Global Pathways put on last night to raise money for its school and summer camp for children living in impoverished conditions. The Steele Family Foundation looks forward to working with GPS in future on supporting it with our education fund and scholarship initiative. To learn more about GPS click here.

 Posing for a photo while checking out the various art works created by the children of GPS.

Posing for a photo while checking out the various art works created by the children of GPS.

 Lots of delicious Indian delights were served.

Lots of delicious Indian delights were served.

 Thank you for a great evening!

Thank you for a great evening!

Construction Is In Full Force!

The Foundation sends another $20,000 to the Sacred Trust Project this past week, and we are happy to share with you the progress photos from the construction that is well underway. Thank you for your continued support and feedback is always welcome at our Contact Us page. The following photos depict the earth and foundation work, as well as the Bishop's blessing. Click the image below to scroll through the gallery.