For the last 35 years, Tommy Kulczyk has been the essential driving force behind Sun Youth.
In 1982 he started working full time for Sun Youth, focusing his efforts primarily on helping others and eventually rising to become the Assistant Executive Vice-President and Director of the Emergency Services and Communications departments. Tommy is responsible for establishing numerous programs and services offered at Sun Youth, including our Food Bank, Assistance to Disaster Victims and Access to Medication just to name a few programs. Many of these programs emerged through agreements that Tommy helped establish with different partners including: Hydro-Quebec, Association Québécoise des Pharmaciens Propriétaires (AQPP), Montreal Youth Centres, Ste-Justine and Montreal children’s hospitals, several police departments within Quebec and the Ontario Provincial Police.
For the last 35 years, Tommy Kulczyk has been the essential driving force behind Sun Youth’s emergency services department, helping to create many of its most successful programs. Born in 1962 in the Plateau Mont-Royal borough, Tommy enviably joined Sun Youth’s Hockey program as a teenager, where he first began showing great leadership qualities and through our program went on to become the captain of the CAN-AM team in 1981. The CAN-AM team was an elite team made up of talented hockey players from the United States and Canada, who participated in international tournaments.