The Unicorn Children's Foundation



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A grant from the Unicorn Children¹s Foundation (UCF) has helped kick start funding for the English Montreal School Board¹s (EMSB) first Child Development Room project, to be situated at Westmount Park Elementary School. Two more schools ­Nesbitt in Rosemount and Dalkeith in Anjou- will be added to the program within the next few months. A non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to helping children with communication and learning disorders, the UCF works towards ensuring that every child with a communication or learning disorder is given the greatest opportunity to reach his or her fullest potential. UCF has provided $1,500 in initial startup funding for Westmount Park. Nesbitt and Dalkeith will get $1,000 each. Unicorn has pledged an additional $2,000 for two schools yet to be determined. Above, Andrea Rich and her husband Brian (far right) present a cheque to Westmount Park Principal Gail Somerville. The other photo shows students enjoying the new room.