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Financial services professional Paul Vorstadt serves as a portfolio manager with National Bank Financial in Toronto and offers guidance in risk, wealth, and portfolio management. In philanthropic matters, Paul Vorstadt previously co-chaired a golf tournament on behalf of the St. John’s Rehab Foundation.

A division of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, St. John’s Rehab provides specialized inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services from its facility in Toronto. Individuals with serious illnesses and injuries utilize this hospital for physical, emotional, and psychological aid. Its professionals treat individuals recovering from strokes, burns, organ transplants, and cancer. Also responsible for performing research into rehabilitation science, St. John’s Rehab requires money from the public to continue offering superior care.

In January 2014, the St. John’s Rehab Foundation ceased its fundraising activities after 30 years. Although it continues to distribute its pre-existing assets and funds, such as multi-year pledges and endowments, the organization decided to stop actively seeking new monies. Recognizing the importance of St. John’s Rehab to Canada’s aging population, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre will take on the fundraising responsibilities and continue to support the group’s efforts. The board of St. John’s Rehab Foundation will advise during this transition.

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