Elexis Schloss is an active philanthropist and volunteer, devoting her life to charity works. Among her many causes, the Northern Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation, and an HIV Project in Africa, she's also worked on behalf of immigrant women, the homeless and Aboriginal peoples.
Her fundraising efforts also include many of Edmonton's community events and festivals. She also helped get Compassion House built, a place for out-of-town women with breast cancer to reside while they have treatment. She is recipient of the Rotary Integrity Award, Global Woman of Vision, and 1989 Edmonton Journal Woman Entrepreneur of the Year.
Her most notable awards are the Alberta Centennial Medal, Queen's Jubilee Medal and Canada’s highest civilian honour; The Order of Canada, recognizing her outstanding achievement, dedication to community and service to Canada.
An true inspiration to us & our embassodor to Charitable Organizations.
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