Giving Back To Our Community This Holiday

Published Thursday, December 12, 2019

The Holidays are filled with love, joy and giving. VeriForm welcomes you to this Yuletide season by encouraging you to reflect upon your community contributions. 

For the past six years, VeriForm has been in an active partnership with Community Support Connections – Meals on Wheels and More, a local charitable organization that provides a range of services helping people live at home with independence and dignity. From personal visits and security calls to home maintenance and snow removal, CSC provides a variety of services to lessen feelings of loneliness, isolation, and dependence while strengthening confidence and independence.

In addition, VeriForm also supports The Suzuki String School of Guelph, a school committed to creating sustainability; as it permits as many children as possible, regardless of socioeconomic situations, to develop confident and well-rounded personalities through music education. The school’s dedication to encouraging self-sustained communities in the Guelph and Wellington region attracted VeriForm’s President, Paul Rak. 

Paul is a pragmatic visionary and distinguished businessman. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Western Ontario and went further to study Business Management and Quality at the University of Waterloo. Paul remains a frequent speaker on topics pertaining to the sustainability of businesses and the various benefits of going green. Paul’s passion for music and charity lead him to The Suzuki String School of Guelph, where he serves as the Chair of the institute’s fundraising committee. 

VeriForm remains a distinguished sponsor of Community Support Connections as well as The Suzuki String School of Guelph and consistently donates to each organization. It’s a company devoted to creating synergy and sustainability in the community. 

VeriForm strives to give back as much as possible while encouraging others to do so as well, especially during the holiday season.