United Way tops 80%

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Thank you to all those who have supported the Schulich Medicine & Dentistry and Robarts United Way Campaign to date. We have raised $60,329 or 80 per cent of our Campaign Goal of 75,000.

 

There is still time to give!

 

For those who haven’t yet contributed, please fill out your pledge form and return it to one of the individuals below:

 

Glenda Ogilvie, Medical Sciences, MSB 443B

Tracey Koning, Dental Sciences, DSB 4044

Kathy Dantzer, ResearchPark, MOG 227

Yanti Setiawati, Dean’s Office, CSB 3700

Kris Dundas, Communications, CSB 3704

Kathy Wallis, Media Relations, CSB 3705 

 

If you didn’t receive a pledge form, or have misplaced yours, call Kathy or Kris at ext. 81136 or 86415, and we’ll get one to you.

 

Winners of our Schulich prize draw

Pam Bere – Schulich Medicine & Dentistry tote bag

Dalilah Fortin – Western Mustang Hockey tickets

Wael Haddara – Schulich Medicine & Dentistry shirt

Mansour Haeryfar – Parking at SDRI for one week

Danielle Johnston – Schulich pedometer and First-Aid Kit

John Koval – Schulich Medicine & Dentistry vest

Marie-Eve Lebell – Schulich pedometer and First-Aid Kit

Thomas Mara – Food for Thought cookbook

Stephen Sims – Schulich Medicine & Dentistry leather portfolio

Michael Wu – Food for Thought cookbook

 

Western Early Bird Draw winners

Terry Delovitch, Robarts – 4 tickets to the London Knights

Stephen State, Family Medicine – Oil and Lube gift certificate

Kaney Ebisuzaki, Biochemistry – Schulich Medicine & Dentistry fleece vest

Julie Genereaux, Biochemistry – Western Mustang cap

Miguel Valvano, Microbiology & Immunology – cooler with radio

 

Congratulations to all!

 

How your gift helps change lives:

 

Here are some of the ways United Way helped bring about real change last year:

  • More than 3,000 children participated in activities to develop literacy and social skills through the London Y’s Community Schools Program
  • More than 77 women and 135 children were helped to cope with the impact of woman abuse through the Women’s Rural Resource Centre
  • Across Languages provided interpretation services to over 5,300 people last year, helping individuals access services such as counselling, medical or legal help.

 

Thank you for your support.

Without YOU, there would be NO WAY.

 

Kathy Wallis (kathy.wallis@schulich.uwo.ca)

Kris Dundas (kris.dundas@schulich.uwo.ca)

 

2007 United Way Campaign co-chairs

Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry





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