- 1 866 627-8653 ext. 229 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Or, if the matter involves General Management: email@example.com
The Disclosure of Wrongdoing Policy sets out a formal, confidential mechanism to disclose concerns about acts that are, or are suspected to be, illegal, immoral or harmful to the organization. Reports will be investigated and various courses of action may be undertaken as a result. To alert us to an incident of wrongdoing, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 1 866 627 8653, ext. 303. Read our Our Code of Ethics for employees and volunteers is a set of guidelines built around our mission and our values here at Little Brothers. We are committed to being a caring, compassionate and permanent presence in the lives of seniors aged 75 and older and to providing them with a range of free services to fend off social isolation and loneliness. Read our Code of Ethics.
Personal Information Protection
If you have any questions or concerns, if you wish to exercise your rights or if you wish to file a privacy complaint, please contact the following privacy officers:
Caroline Sauriol, Executive Director of Little Brothers Foundation and Martin Goyette, Executive Director of Little Brothers Corporation.
1 866 627-8653 ext. 229