A Place Called Home Thanksgiving 2020

Along with other sponsors, The Canet Foundation was able to help APCH provide 20,000 meals to families this holiday. 

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April 7, 2020

Dr. Marina Tolou-Shams and Dr. Dacher Keltner, Host of the "Science of Happiness" Podcast, discuss tools to foster the reduction in anxiety and create an overall sense of well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. While we maintain physical distance, staying social through technology is very important to our physical health. They talk at length about how to find awe in every day life, and the science behind how it contributes to overall happiness and achieving a true sense of gratitude. Dr. Keltner also has advice on how to emotionally support your kids, and reinforce personal relationships during periods of heightened stress and breakdowns in communication.

A Place Called Home for the Holidays 2019

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A winter festival where thousands of kids and families get to experience the joys of the holidays with snow, goodies and an opportunity to meet Santa. Also provided were gifts collected over the previous three months. Including clothings, books, toys and art supplies. 

November 27, 2019

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Canet sponsored Thanksgiving Grocery and Community Dinner with A Place Called Home, giving meals and groceries to over 1700 people in South Central, Los Angeles.

November 2nd, 2019

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Kids In The Spotlight at Paramount Studios proudly sponsored by Canet. Attended by board members David Garelick and Nicholas Torokvei. 

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November 1, 2018

Sherrie Westin heads up Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind "Sesame Street," and touts the show's unique approach to creating learning opportunities: “We're combining the power of popular media with our engaging, nonthreatening Muppets to enlighten young children. That's pretty powerful." With Muppets who talk about everything from autism to incarceration to refugees to personal hygiene, friendly fuzzy faces tackle important subjects for a young audience every single day in 150 countries around the world.