The ongoing pandemic presents a very serious risk to our friends, loved ones, volunteers, and the residents we serve. PAL Stratford has a responsibility to do it’s part in slowing the spread, one we take very seriously. Here’s how we’re doing our part:
PAL Stratford continues to monitor and adhere to recommended provincial guidelines. Our commitment is to ensure that our residents and those that we offer supportive services to in the community are are safe and protected.
Help PAL Stratford During the COVID Crisis
The performing arts community has never faced more need than it does today. Thousands of Canada’s storytellers are out of work for the forseeable future.
We need your help to continue our mission.
Help us continue our support services during the COVID pandemic by giving a gift of $50 to PAL Stratford.
At PAL Place – 101 Brunswick
101 Brunswick Street has been closed to non-residents since the outbreak began. We are happy to report that all of our residents continue to be safe and healthy.
All meetings and gatherings at PAL Place have been cancelled for the foreseeable future. We know PAL Place is an important space for many in our community, and we very much look forward to welcoming you back when it is safe.
Our maintenance personnel are continuing to provide essential upkeep and cleaning services. All required precautions are being taken by our staff to ensure PAL Place remains a safe, healthy place to live.
We are continuing our services to the performing arts community with Supporting Cast volunteers. All required safety precautions are being taken to keep our community members safe while helping the artists who need us.
If you are, or know of any of our senior artists or arts workers who are having a tougher time due to increased isolation, or needs support, please contact Supporting Cast Cordinator: Amanda Ryan at: 519-271-6274 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and she will help identify what is needed and one of our volunteers will reach out.
- The 2020 PAL Stratford AGM
Our Annual General Meeting has been moved online to protect our valuable members and our board.
Please visit this page for more information.
- Expect The Extraordinary
ETE comes to your living room for a very special online event! Click here to learn more.
Call 211 for medical advice and referrals
Call 1-888-829-7484 for Mental Health Help Line and Crisis Support
Call: 1-888-221-2133 for Huron Perth Public Health Unit or website: https://www.hpph.ca/en/index.aspx