Since 2009, Howie, Sacks & Henry has been proud to be the sole sponsor of St. Michael's Hospital ThinkFirst Injury Prevention Strategy for Youth (TIPSY) Program.
Established in 2006, TIPSY program is a half day injury prevention program offered throughout the academic year to high school students (grades 11 & 12) in the GTA. The goal is to help youth understand how driver inexperience, lack of restraint use, and drinking/drugging while driving can result in tragedy on the roadways.
This popular program is taught by an inter-professional team of nurses, physicians, and representatives from Toronto Police Services, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and a Voice of Injury Prevention (VIP). The VIP is a trauma survivor who has sustained a brain or spinal cord injury and recounts first-hand the events leading up to his/her injury, its consequences and lasting effects.
To learn more about TIPSY, visit this link.
HSH TIPSY Scholarship Winners
The TIPSY Scholarship Competition gives participating students the opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship provided by Howie, Sacks & Henry.
The presentation to the 2014-15 winners was made on September 4th. Representing HSH was Founding partner Neil Sacks.
Congratulations to Cassandra Piekarski and Teagan Anderson, for their chilling short film documenting how a quickly a night of fun can turn into tragedy.
2013 - 14: Paula Resende wrote a compelling short story, Not Everything That Happens Is an Accident.
2012–13: Melissa Lloyd won with her poem entitled Six Feet Under.