Wednesday, November 26, 2014
25 cents from any large or extra large coffee bought anywhere on campus will be donated to United Way
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 9:00 am
Hosted by ITG- SEB 1010A
Wednesday, November 12
11:30 am and 12:45 pm
Saugeen Maitland Lounge
Make your United Way donation by date November 14 and qualify for an exciting Early Bird prize.
Friday, November 28 - 12:30 pm
Saturday, November 29, 12:30
There was one little girl not smiling, showing no life in her sad eyes. As a supply teacher, Dayna Munro’s instinct kicked in.
“I asked if she was okay and she told me she was okay – just hungry,” said Munro, Western’s 2014 United Way sponsored employee. (Full article)
Campus members are invited to join President Chakma and Western United Way volunteers to join in the announcement of Western's focus for the 2014 campaign.
Tuesday, Oct. 21 - 11:30 am (remarks at 11:45 am) , The Wave UCC
If you ever dressed up as one of the Spice Girls for Halloween or knew every word to the theme song from "Fresh Prince" you are likely in the target group for GENNEXT.
GENNEXT works with the United Way to engage people in their 20's and 30's in the community through giving, volunteering and action. Join the GENNEXT Western University mailing list to find out about upcoming events and opportunities.
Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up today.
Western University announced the grand total of its 2013 campus-wide fundraising campaign benefiting the United Way of London & Middlesex at an event on Jan. 22.
The campaign raised $785,386, which is the largest donation ever made to the United Way of London and Middlesex, breaking the previous record of $746,101 set by Western’s 2012 campaign.
Western President Amit Chakma and Andrew Lockie, Chief Executive Officer for United Way of London & Middlesex, thanked the approximately 100 volunteers and 1,300 students, faculty and staff who donated and highlighted the many ways United Way helps people in the London Middlesex region.
“Western’s engagement in the community is central to our mission as a university,” said Chalkma. “The United Way supports our community with the widest spectrum of the services for those most in need and Western is proud to support their vital work in our region.”
Get ready to spike and support the United Way at the Hospitality Services Beach Volleyball Tournament - Saturday, Nov. 23rd at Spikes (120 Weston). Register your co-ed team by November 15, 2013 at www.has.uwo.ca/hospitality/uwbvball or email@example.com.
Questions? Call Anne at 519.661.3855 or Janet at 519.661.2111 at Ext. 85773.
Get your coffee served up by President Chakma (or one of many other campus supporters) on Wednesday, Nov. 27th and your purchase will help support the United Way.