Monday, February 23rd, 2009
Mary Donohue (centre) with Molson CEO and President Kevin Boyce (L) and Molson Chief Legal and Public Affairs Officer Scott Ewart
Being a past Mentor, I had the first hand experience of the great benefits of the program and working with Mary. You always know when Mary is around — non stop commotion-ideas twirling around-and a go go attitude of not taking “no” for an answer.
Canadian Fundraiser and Philanthropy e News recently had an article “National Mentoring Program pilot creates win-win-win-win” mentioning Molson Mentor Program and the work of Mary Donohue. Take a read and remember all the mentors that have impacted your life in some way. A great way of giving back to the community– your time, knowledge, and experience.
Congrats Mary, you rock.
Sunday, February 10th, 2008
The National Mentoring Program participants attended a very imformative luncheon at the Toronto Board of Trade at First Canadian Place on Friday February 8th. Paul Godfrey, President and CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre was the guest speaker. In this photo Paul Godfrey is joined by Amir Remtulla of Molson, Director of Government and Public Affairs – along with Queen’s University Student Bangsil Cho who has chosen a project with Volunteer Canada.
Paul Godfrey reflected on many of his pursuits in life ranging from City Alderman, Chairman of Metropolitan Toronto, Publisher and CEO of the Toronto Sun and most recently the Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre. He also referred to the importance of networking and being open to listening and learning through life. The Queen’s University Students, who are all enrolled in the Corporate Social Responsbility Certification program, and their Molson Mentors attending engaged in dialogue with Paul Godfrey over lunch where they inquired about insights that he could provide in pursuing their goals and engaging in charitable work in the community. Paul spoke of his personal commitment to contribute a day a week to charity. He reflected upon the tremendous efforts that he and his wife Gina have accomplished through the Herbie Fund in association with Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto.
The students and their mentors are embarking upon a program that will result in meeting a challenge that has been brought to them by a chosen non profit/charitable organization. The Queen’s Students and their Molson Mentors will work on solutions for the non-profit organizations which will involve in a summer job for the students, funded by Molson, whereby the students will put their learning into action to assist the chosen non-profit organizations.
The National Mentoring Program has been designed by Mary Donohue, The Donohue Group. As a founding partner of the project, Molson is Proud to Play our Part in supporting the inaugural mentoring project from its concept stages through the summer of ’08. Stay tuned for more features of the individual projects that are being undertaken by the National Mentoring Project.