Junior Achievement Legacy Fund

In order to provide Junior Achievement of Northern and Eastern Ontario(JA NEO) with funds to sustain its programs, we are establishing a legacy/endowment fund. The purpose of the legacy fund is to help ensure the strength and longevity of JA NEO’s fund.

Junior Achievement of Northern and Eastern Ontario announces the formation of a founder’s club which will focus on bringing the funds together. We are looking for 12 individuals with $10,000 each to invest in the legacy fund.

Contributions go towards an unrestricted reserve that can be accessed in future years to continue the delivery of our programs for long-term sustainability.

After several years of discussion, JA NEO feels this is the right time to start an legacy fund.

We are concerned about the rising debt in Canada and the impacts it would have on the future generation. The economic consequences of the debt will be felt most heavily by the younger and future generations.Junior Achievement is trying to help the future generation as much as possible by teaching financial literacy and entrepreneurship skills to kids and youth.

Read more about the impacts of the rising debt on the younger generation here.

If you would like to know more about the legacy/endowment fund, please feel free to contact John McNutt, President & CEO at jmcnutt@ja-neo.org

Founder's Club Members

Tony Ambler
Swish Maintenance Group of Companies
Yorkshire Valley Farms
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Yorkshire Farm
Monika Carmichael
Trent Valley Honda
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Bob Gauvreau
Gauvreau & Associates LLP
Brent Perry
Alf Curtis Home Improvements Inc. Peterborough Truss & Floor Ltd.
Andrew Pyle
CIBC Wood Gundy
Terry Windrem
Park Place Financial and Peak Benefit Solutions Inc.