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The Twenty Under 40 Foundation is all about celebrating London, Ontario’s brightest, best talent.

The award is presented to those with particular attributes.


Demonstrates Business Achievement


Demonstrates Involvement in the Community


An Inspiration for others to do the same

About Twenty Under 40 Foundation


A Legacy for Years to Come

The Twenty Under 40 Foundation is comprised of past winners of London’s Twenty Under 40 award program, who are recognized for business achievement and community involvement. The annual Community Project Award is the Foundation’s thank you to the London and surrounding community that has supported Alumni, and a way for the Foundation to build a legacy for years to come.

The Best and Brightest in London

Twenty Under 40 Award recipients are the best and brightest in the city. They are all different, but they are all high achievers. They include business people, entrepreneurs, artists, designers, community organizers, politicians, teachers, inventors and more. They give back to the community and elevate the city through their work, whether that be in their career or volunteer work. They inspire us through everything they do. The Twenty Under 40 award program was launched in 2013.

Community Funded Projects

2016 Community Funded Project | Sexual Assault Centre London

2016 Community Funded Project | Sexual Assault Centre London

The Foundation’s award of almost $7,500 enabled almost 40 young women participate in the Girls Creating Change program. The Program…

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Community Project 2015 | St. Joseph’s Hospice London

Community Project 2015 | St. Joseph’s Hospice London

The Grant funded 12 emergency call bell lanyards for Hospice residents. The portable call bell provides the opportunity for residents…

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Community Project 2014 | Museum London

Community Project 2014 | Museum London

The Foundation’s funding enabled the purchase and installation of 35 wooden lockers for the Museum’s children’s programming. The lockers were an…

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“The call bells donated by the Top Twenty Under 40 Foundation to St. Joseph’s Hospice have enabled our residents to get up out of bed, no matter where they are in the hospice. They can ...

Wendy Boyle , Director, Residential Services, St. Joseph’s Hospice

“The generous funding that the Twenty Under 40 Foundation provided to Museum London for our children’s lockers had, and continues to have, a very positive impact for our children’s programming. The ability for children to ...

Brian Meehan , Executive Director, Museum London

“With the support of the Top 20 Under 40 Alumni Foundation, our Girls Creating Change program has been able to support 38 young women in our community. These girls come from diverse backgrounds as young ...

Sexual Assault Centre , London

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