Created by The Dilawri Foundation, texi is a free, interactive and incentivized app that offers Canadian drivers the chance to win great prizes for practicing safe driving. Users are entered into contests to win one of ten prizes including smartphones, gas, retail and food gift cards. They can also be entered into a draw to win a brand new Honda Fit. Distracted driving is a leading cause of road fatalities. With texi, The Dilawri Foundation is offering Canadian drivers a solution to a real life problem.

Bliss Ball

With a commitment to give back to children battling an illness and their families at SickKids Hospital as well as raising awareness of the Patient Amenities Endowment Fund, The Dilawri Foundation created and hosted the Bliss Ball gala. The evening gala spanned over three consecutive years starting in 2012, offering an opportunity for Canada’s leaders in philanthropy, entertainment, media and politics a chance to join forces for a vital cause. The star studded events also brought out some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment including Shania Twain, Brian Adams, Jennifer Hudson, Martin Sheen, Chris Noth among others.

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North York General Hospital Announces their First Patient Amenities Fund
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TORONTO—January 24, 2017 The Dilawri Foundation and BDO Canada LLP, in partnership with North York General Hospital Foundation are proud to announce the establishment of North York General Hospital’s (NYGH) first patient amenities fund with a generous gift of $125,000. … Read More

The Dilawri Foundation Donates $500,000 to Luther College High School
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 13, 2016 Regina, SK– The Dilawri Foundation, established by cofounders Ajay, Tony and Kap Dilawri, announced today a half-million dollar donation to Luther College High School. The donation will establish the Dilawri Award for Students of Promise … Read More

Regina Leader-Post: Dilawri Foundation makes $500,000 donation to Luther College High School
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by Ashley Robinson, Regina Leader-Post Every day growing up, Ajay Dilawri would sit in chapel at Luther College High School listening to people talk. It was always a fun and informative time, but he never imagined one day that he would … Read More