workplaces. CAMH received the first instalment of the donation
on January 9, 2015.
 As indicated, having accepted the proposal, Faas and CAMH
entered into a DIA which provided that the $1 million donation
would be directed toward the design and implementation of the
Well@Workprogram.Th e four main program elements, which
were also set out in the proposal, are described in the DIA as
containing a number of more detailed items, including (a) an online
resource connecting workers, employers and policy-makers with
up-to-date information on mental health in the workplace; (b)
so-called “transformational leadership”, or educational presentations at the senior level dealing with workplace mental health
strategies; (c) simulation-based training programs conducted on
site at the workplace aimed at gaining the skills required for
resolving mental health issues as they arise; and (d) continuous
evaluation of strategies and content in an effort to strengthen the
outcome of the program.
 In terms of Mr. Faas’ own participation, his involvement
with the Well@Work program was meant to be relatively limited.
The DIA does not give him any right of access to CAMH’s internal information or work product, any right of oversight of the
program, or any involvement in designing or putting the program
into action. Generally speaking, donors support, but do not direct,
the work of CAMH. The DIA does, however, call for CAMH to
report to him on an annual basis.
 The DIA provided Faas with recognition for the gift, and
stipulated that the training rooms in CAMH’s new facility were to
be christened “The Faas Foundation Learning Centre”. It further
promised that Mr. Faas would be acknowledged on the Visionary
Donor Wall in the lobby of the new CAMH building.
 As for the content of CAMH’s reporting to Faas, the DIA
(a) CAMH Foundation is committed to accurate, transparent
and meaningful reporting to donors on the impact of the
investments entrusted to us. At minimum, CAMH Founda-
tion will report annually in writing on progress of the
(b) management of donated funds and related disbursements
will adhere to CAMH Foundation’s policies related to giving,
disbursements and investments and as approved by the
CAMH Foundation board of directors.
 It is axiomatic for CAMH that funds raised for it or donated
to it must be directed to its objects. Those objects are: