As a Program Coordinator at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto for 19 years, Drupatee was instrumental in assisting with many unique programs within the organization. Recipient of the Rubena Willis Award in 1997 in recognition of Outstanding Contribution at the Counselling Center for Assaulted Women and Children. Drupatee was born in California, Trinidad to the late Mahais and Sooganie Lalla. Wife of Mahmud Dean Aziz. Mother to Razia Aziz-Seible, Riaz Aziz, Khaled Aziz and Rehana Aziz.. Grandmother to Talina, Eira and Xenia.
Visitation: Sunday, April 12th, 2015, 11:00am - 11:30am with Service to follow at 11:30am. DeMarco Funeral Home at 3725 Keele Street Toronto, ON. For more information, click here.
It's National Volunteer Week, and we wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of our amazing BBBST volunteers for all that they do for our children and youth - our volunteers are changing lives for the better.
Did you Bowl for Gold this year at one of our Bowl for Kids Sake events? We thank you for your support which will change the lives of children and youth in our community! Check out the pictures from the event you attended: Cosmic Bowling & Duke of Kent Pub Night (February 17), Corporate & Media Day (February 21), Community Day (March 7), Bank Night (March 25) or Bank Day (March 28). We also thank snapd North York for coming to Bowl for Kids Sake! View their pictures of Cosmic Night and Corporate & Media Day!
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We'd like to share some stories that warmed our hearts. These Bigs and Littles are wonderful examples of the powerful
relationships that are built on friendship, trust and empowerment. Meet a match now!
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto extends a Big thank you to The Boston Consulting Group for
their incredibly generous contribution to the Social Return on Investment Study
on the Big Brother Big Sister Mentoring Program – a study which was conducted
pro bono by BCG with additional in-kind services generously provided by Ipsos Reid.
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