THE VICTOR DAHDALEH FOUNDATION IS A GLOBAL CHARITABLE ORGANISATION FOCUSED ON HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.

Founded by Canadian businessman and philanthropist Victor Dahdaleh, the Victor Dahdaleh Foundation supports education, health and social development programmes around the world, taking an active role in the initiatives it funds. As a Canadian and an alumnus of York and McGill universities in Canada, Victor Dahdaleh also promotes closer ties between Canada and the UK through the work of the Foundation.

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LATEST NEWS

Victor Dahdaleh visits Cambridge to see progress in Mesothelioma Research Around £25 million of additional funding leveraged from original Victor Dahdaleh Foundation donation


Research visit to the Cambridge Institute for Medical Research Back row L–R: Robert Rintoul, Royal Papworth Hospital/University of Cambridge; Stefan Marciniak, University of Cambridge; Joseph Chambers, University of Cambridge; Arsalan Azad, University of Cambridge. Front row L–R: Joanna Obacz, University of Cambridge; Susana de Abreu, University of Cambridge; Victor Dahdaleh, Victor Dahdaleh Foundation; Penny Woods, […]

Date 19/12/2019

Victor Dahdaleh Foundation delighted to support the Grand Opening of the Brian Mulroney Institute of Government at St Francis Xavier University


Victor and Mona Dahdaleh were delighted to represent the Victor Dahdaleh Foundation at the recent Grand Opening of the Brian Mulroney Institute of Government and Mulroney Hall at St Francis Xavier University. The Victor Dahdaleh Foundation is a significant supporter of the new Institute and its aspirations. Go here for more details about the Grand […]

Date 07/10/2019

Dahdaleh Institute Launches Monthly Newsletter


The Dahdaleh Institute has launched Commons, a monthly newsletter. The first issue looked back at highlights of the last academic year. Next month, we launch our more usual format, including a spotlight on the arts in global health. Click here to read the first issue. *First published on http://dighr.yorku.ca.

Date 03/06/2019