Community Investment

Constantine Enterprises Inc. supports the local Toronto community through a number of programs and initiatives.

Since its founding, Constantine Enterprises has supported social and community initiatives in Toronto and across the GTA. Constantine is committed to supporting the local community. For more information on corporate investment, please contact or complete the form below.

A Big Picture

We are engaging the hearts and minds of children across Ontario to draw or paint a message of positivity to share with the community. A young artist will be chose as the winner for producing the most heart-warming and inspiring message. This art will be displayed on a billboard at 1140 Yonge Street in Midtown Toronto. A combined monetary donation of at least $30,000 will also be made to a select list of charities doing inspiring work during this pandemic.

Entry guidelines and contest rules can be found at

Southlake Foundation COVID-19 Action Fund

As many Canadians know, the pandemic has put immense strain on vital health resources including much-needed ventilators. In response, the Southlake Regional Health Centre has created a COVID-19 Action Fund to ensure their team has the tools they require to continue providing world-class care to patients in Newmarket, Ont. Constantine in proud to support this response fund, and has pledged its support to the Southlake Foundation to support the health care centre through these challenging and unprecedented times. Should you wish to donate, please visit

Constantine Yorkville Run / The Penelope Neuroblastoma Foundation

After four consecutive years of supporting the run, Constantine is proud to become the Yorkville Run’s title sponsor — from 2020 to 2022 — and will continue to raise funds for the Penelope Foundation and other worthy causes. Last year, Constantine Enterprises was proud to be a presenting sponsor of the Yorkville Run — which raised more than $850,000 for local charities. In 2019, with a team of 40 runners, Team Constantine generously raised more than $163,000 for the Penelope Neuroblastoma Foundation. The Penelope Neuroblastoma Foundation donated half of the funds raised to supporting childhood cancer programs through Camp Oochigeas, at the Hospital for Sick Children.

Constantine Child Executive Suite at Southlake Regional Health Centre

Since its grand opening on July 30, 2019, Constantine’s Maternal Child Executive Suite, generously donated by Constantine Enterprises, has provided a safe and private space for over 24 families to spend those precious first-hours bonding as a family. To date, the Executive Suite has generated $5,000 net revenue for the Maternal Child Program at Southlake. This revenue is re-invested in the program to purchase the priority equipment needed by the Maternal Child so their talented physicians and clinical teams can do their best work. Constantine’s investment is helping Southlake provide leading edge care close to home.