Mohamad Fakih, CEO of Paramount Fine Foods and Founder of the Fakih Foundation, is a passionate champion for immigrants and refugees and a supporter of Windmill Microlending.
Starting this month, Paramount Fine Foods will help raise awareness about Windmill amongst their customers and staff by distributing promotional information at 24 locations across the country, including restaurants in Toronto, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, Ottawa, Windsor, Edmonton and Vancouver.
“We are grateful to Mohamad and Paramount Fine Foods for this opportunity,” said Windmill Microlending CEO, Claudia Hepburn. “There are skilled immigrants and refugees across the country who could benefit from our service, and we’re excited to think they could become aware of us because of this visibility.”
About Windmill Microlending
Windmill Microlending is Canada’s largest and most successful microlending charity for skilled immigrants and refugees. Windmill converts potential into prosperity by offering low-interest loans to help skilled newcomers obtain the credentials they need to restart their careers in Canada. Windmill has offices in Calgary, Toronto, Edmonton and Saskatoon, and serves clients across the country with support from the Government of Canada, the Government of Ontario, the Government of Alberta and many generous Canadian foundations, corporations and individuals.