FAST (Voices into Action)

FAST – Fighting Antisemitism Together┬« is dedicated to speaking out against antisemitism. In response to documented increase in vicious anti-Jewish incidents in Canada in 2004, FAST was founded by Tony Comper, former CEO and President of Bank of Montreal and his wife, Elizabeth. It was established as a coalition of non-Jewish Canadian business and community leaders who came together to take a lead in eradicating antisemitism, considered the oldest hatred in history. FAST is dedicated to funding programs that combat all forms of intolerance.