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On November 29, Bow Valley College is participating in Giving Tuesday, a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. We are excited to host our second annual Giving Day, with a goal of raising $50,000 to help reduce food insecurity amongst students and for student awards and bursaries.

The rising cost of food is a concern worldwide and at home. Sadly, our campus community is not immune, and many of our students are currently choosing between paying their tuition or buying groceries.

This Giving Day, help us immediately remove barriers for students at Bow Valley College, whether it is food insecurity, the cost of tuition, books, or technology.

Thanks to our generous anonymous matching gift donor, your gift on Giving Day 2022 will be matched (up to $1000) up to a maximum of $15,000, doubling the impact of your gift.

All gifts, no matter the size, make a significant impact. This Giving Day, we encourage you to give any amount to the fund of your choice. Some employers might even match your contribution, so don't forget to check with yours. 

Join us on November 29 for a day of giving to show your support for our Bow Valley College students and help us make all learning count.

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On November 29, Bow Valley College is participating in Giving Tuesday, a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. We are excited to host our second annual Giving Day, with a goal of raising $50,000 to help reduce food insecurity amongst students and for student awards and bursaries.

The rising cost of food is a concern worldwide and at home. Sadly, our campus community is not immune, and many of our students are currently choosing between paying their tuition or buying groceries.

This Giving Day, help us immediately remove barriers for students at Bow Valley College, whether it is food insecurity, the cost of tuition, books, or technology.

Thanks to our generous anonymous matching gift donor, your gift on Giving Day 2022 will be matched (up to $1000) up to a maximum of $15,000, doubling the impact of your gift.

All gifts, no matter the size, make a significant impact. This Giving Day, we encourage you to give any amount to the fund of your choice. Some employers might even match your contribution, so don't forget to check with yours. 

Join us on November 29 for a day of giving to show your support for our Bow Valley College students and help us make all learning count.

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What is Giving Day?

On November 29, Bow Valley College is participating in Giving Tuesday, a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. We are excited to host our second annual Giving Day, with a goal of raising $50,000 to help reduce food insecurity for students and support student awards and bursaries and access to education for all.

What is the matching gift opportunity?

This Giving Day, we encourage you to help us reduce food insecurity for students. Our generous anonymous donor will match each gift up to $1000, (to a maximum of $15,000). So, if you are looking for an area to support our students, please consider giving to the Emergency Food Insecurity Bursary Fund. For example, if you give $20 today towards the Emergency Food Insecurity Bursary Fund, then your gift will have an impact of $40.

How do I make a gift to participate in Giving Day?

Giving Day starts at 8 a.m. MT on Tuesday, November 29, 2022, and ends at 12 a.m. MT. However, you can also make your gift earlier if you would like. You can give online at https://bowvalleycollege.ca/about/give-to-bow-valley-college/givenow

What areas can I give to?

You can support any area at Bow Valley College that is important to you. Our goal for Giving Day is participation and bringing our community together to make a big impact on student success. We hope to garner as much participation as possible in this great initiative and bring our community together. If you don’t see the specific area you are looking to support, you can email invest@bowvalleycollege.ca for help or more information.

If I am a Bow Valley College employee, can I make a gift as a monthly Choices donor and still be eligible for the matching gift?

Yes! If you direct your gift to the Emergency Food Insecurity Bursary Fund, your gift will be matched (up to $1000 per gift and to a maximum of $15,000).

Can I send a donation by mail?

Yes! You can mail in your donation if the envelope is received on or postmarked for November 29, 2022. Your gift will count towards our totals. You can send a one-time gift via check payable to Bow Valley College or sign up for a monthly gift via credit card. Our address is: Bow Valley College Fund Development and Alumni Engagement 345 6 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 4V1

Will I receive a tax receipt for my donation?

Yes! For any gifts above $20, you will receive a tax receipt emailed to you immediately after your online donation. If you give via cheque, your tax receipt will be mailed to you by December 31, 2022.

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In 2021/22, more than 565 Bow Valley College student received over $918,000 in student awards and bursaries. These donor funds directly impacted our students’ lives, enabling them to pay tuition, buy books, securing housing and pay for childcare. The impact that your gifts have on our students is real:

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“I am a single mother of two children and I homeschool them while I have been studying. We live in a women’s shelter for families fleeing abuse and I have been pursuing my education so that I can obtain a career which can support us. I’ve become passionate about helping women in shelters and I want to work in a way that I can affect real change for women like me. I want to provide them support and hope, and my education will help me do that. I am so grateful for this award. Thank you.” 

Legal Assistant Student and Board of Governor’s Scholarship Recipient 

This award gives me more resoluteness to achieve my goals. It is not just about the money only, but also the confidence that will support me to be successful in my life and in my work. Thank you.

School of Foundational Learning Student and Board of Governor’s Scholarship Recipient

Your generous award has helped ease the burden of student debt on our family and we will forever be grateful. I am a mother to a 3-year-old girl, having my daughter was the final push for me to go back to school, I wanted to lead by example and inspire her to follow her dreams. Bow Valley College was the perfect choice for me and my family. Thank you, I am so tremendously grateful.

Practical Nursing Student and P.N.R. Morrison and Elsie C. Morrison Memorial Award Recipient

I am incredibly grateful and sincerely thank you for gifting me this award; it is an enormous support for me as I work on moving my family forward. I am a single mother of two children, and we currently live in a shelter for families fleeing abuse. I am pursuing my education to I can gain a career and help re-establish my family and our lives. This award will go a long way towards helping my family. Thank you.

Legal Assistant Student and Recipient of the Marlene and Don Campbell Family Award

 Fund Development and Alumni Engagement 345 - 6 Ave SE  Calgary, AB T2G 4V1
 
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On November 30, Bow Valley College is participating in Giving Tuesday, a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. We are excited to host our first-ever Giving Day, with a goal of raising $40,000 to support student awards and bursaries and access to education for all students.

This Giving Day, we encourage you to give to the Bharwani and Community Future Education Fund in order to have your donation doubled. For each gift of up to $50, our generous donor will match it dollar for dollar (to a maximum of $20,000). So, if you are looking for an area to support our students, please consider giving to the Bharwani and Community Future Education Fund. Endowments are important for post-secondary institutions as they allow your gift to continue in perpetuity. Establishing and contributing to an endowment ensures that we have the funds to support students for generations to come.

Working with our partner, the Bharwani Foundation, all gifts up to $50 (to a maximum of $20,000) will be matched towards the fund. Because of this, your gift will have an amplified impact in perpetuity. For example, if you give $20 today towards the Bharwani and Community Future Education Fund, then your gift will have an impact of $40. By supporting this endowment, your gift will be invested with all other gifts from community members like you. Every year, this fund will support students in these four areas: BIPOC students, newcomers to Canada, single parents and a general fund available to all students. Endowments allow us to offer these awards in perpetuity; as the fund grows, we hope to offer more awards each year.

Giving Day Starts at 8 am on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, and closes at midnight. However, you can also make your gift earlier if you would like! You can give online at https://bowvalleycollege.ca/about/give-to-bow-valley-college/givenow. Donations up to $50 made between now and November 30, 2021 will be eligible for gift matching up to a maximum of $20,000. Thank you for your support!

Yes! Our charitable registration number is No. 87843 1683 RR0001

Student awards and bursaries are integral to student success at Bow Valley College. In 2020/21, more than 655 students received more $990,000 in awards and bursaries, allowing them to continue to pursue their studies free from financial pressures. We know that access to education is the greatest agent of social change, and we are committed to removing barriers to education for our students.

Monthly giving is easy! It automates your giving and allows you to budget your charitable contributions over the year. For example, $10 a month amounts to $120 a year. This can make a significant impact for one of our students! For more information about monthly giving, contact us at invest@bowvalleycollege.ca or consider adding a monthly gift to your Giving Day contributions. Please note, only donations made during the Giving Day period will be eligible for gift matching.

You can support any area at Bow Valley College that is important to you. Our goal for our first-ever Giving Day is participation and bringing our community together to make a big impact on student success! We hope to garner as much participation as possible in this great initiative and bring our community together! If you don’t see the specific area you are looking to support, you can email invest@bowvalleycollege.ca for help or more information.

Yes! 100% of your gift will be directed to the area of your choosing.

Yes. The minimum gift amount is $5.

Yes! If you direct your gift to the Bharwani and Community Future Education Fund, then your gift will be matched (up to $50 per gift and to a maximum of $20,000).

Yes! You can mail in your donation as long as the envelope is received on or postmarked for November 30, 2021. Your gift will count towards our totals. You can send a one-time gift via check payable to Bow Valley College or sign up for a monthly gift with your void check. Our address is:
Bow Valley College
Fund Development and Alumni Engagement,
345 6 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 4V1

Yes! If you would like to make a gift of stock to support a particular area, you can do so by contacting our office by email at invest@bowvalleycollege.ca.

Yes! For any gifts above $20, you will receive a tax receipt emailed to you immediately after your online donation. If you give via cheque, your tax receipt will be mailed to you by December 31, 2021.

If you have a question, you can give us a call at 403-410-1400 or invest@bowvalleycollege.ca

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“I am a single mother of two children and I homeschool them while I have been studying. We live in a women’s shelter for families fleeing abuse and I have been pursuing my education so that I can obtain a career which can support us. I’ve become passionate about helping women in shelters and I want to work in a way that I can affect real change for women like me. I want to provide them support and hope, and my education will help me do that. I am so grateful for this award. Thank you.”

- Legal Assistant Student and Board of Governor’s Scholarship Recipient

“This award gives me more resoluteness to achieve my goals. It is not just about the money only, but also the confidence that will support me to be successful in my life and in my work. Thank you.”

- School of Foundational Learning Student and Board of Governor’s Scholarship Recipient

“Your generous award has helped ease the burden of student debt on our family and we will forever be grateful. I am a mother to a 3-year-old girl, having my daughter was the final push for me to go back to school, I wanted to lead by example and inspire her to follow her dreams. Bow Valley College was the perfect choice for me and my family. Thank you, I am so tremendously grateful.”

- Practical Nursing Student and P.N.R. Morrison and Elsie C. Morrison Memorial Award Recipient

“I am incredibly grateful and sincerely thank you for gifting me this award; it is an enormous support for me as I work on moving my family forward. I am a single mother of two children, and we currently live in a shelter for families fleeing abuse. I am pursuing my education to I can gain a career and help re-establish my family and our lives. This award will go a long way towards helping my family. Thank you.”

- Legal Assistant Student and Recipient of the Marlene and Don Campbell Family Award

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Student achievement drives donor support of Giving Day initiative.

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Giving Day ambassador Aly Velji shares Bow Valley College's impact.

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Bow Valley College employees see the impact first hand.

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I am a single mother of two children and I homeschool them while I have been studying. We live in a women’s shelter for families fleeing abuse and I have been pursuing my education so that I can obtain a career which can support us. I’ve become passionate about helping women in shelters and I want to work in a way that I can affect real change for women like me. I want to provide them support and hope, and my education will help me do that. I am so grateful for this award. Thank you.

Legal Assistant Student and Board of Governor’s Scholarship Recipient

This award gives me more resoluteness to achieve my goals. It is not just about the money only, but also the confidence that will support me to be successful in my life and in my work. Thank you.

School of Foundational Learning Student and Board of Governor’s Scholarship Recipient

Your generous award has helped ease the burden of student debt on our family and we will forever be grateful. I am a mother to a 3-year-old girl, having my daughter was the final push for me to go back to school, I wanted to lead by example and inspire her to follow her dreams. Bow Valley College was the perfect choice for me and my family. Thank you, I am so tremendously grateful.

- Thomas A. Edison

I am incredibly grateful and sincerely thank you for gifting me this award; it is an enormous support for me as I work on moving my family forward. I am a single mother of two children, and we currently live in a shelter for families fleeing abuse. I am pursuing my education to I can gain a career and help re-establish my family and our lives. This award will go a long way towards helping my family. Thank you.

Legal Assistant Student and Recipient of the Marlene and Don Campbell Family Award

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“I am a single mother of two children and I homeschool them while I have been studying. We live in a women’s shelter for families fleeing abuse and I have been pursuing my education so that I can obtain a career which can support us. I’ve become passionate about helping women in shelters and I want to work in a way that I can affect real change for women like me. I want to provide them support and hope, and my education will help me do that. I am so grateful for this award. Thank you.”
Legal Assistant Student and Board of Governor’s Scholarship Recipient

“Your generous award has helped ease the burden of student debt on our family and we will forever be grateful. I am a mother to a 3-year-old girl, having my daughter was the final push for me to go back to school, I wanted to lead by example and inspire her to follow her dreams. Bow Valley College was the perfect choice for me and my family. Thank you, I am so tremendously grateful.”
Practical Nursing Student and P.N.R. Morrison and Elsie C. Morrison Memorial Award Recipient

“This award gives me more resoluteness to achieve my goals. It is not just about the money only, but also the confidence that will support me to be successful in my life and in my work. Thank you.”
School of Foundational Learning Student and Board of Governor’s Scholarship Recipient

“I am incredibly grateful and sincerely thank you for gifting me this award; it is an enormous support for me as I work on moving my family forward. I am a single mother of two children, and we currently live in a shelter for families fleeing abuse. I am pursuing my education to I can gain a career and help re-establish my family and our lives. This award will go a long way towards helping my family. Thank you.” 

Legal Assistant Student and Recipient of the Marlene and Don Campbell Family Award 

“Food insecurity exists on campus. As a student, I can attest to the difficulty of concentrating in class without a healthy breakfast, or writing an exam after skipping lunch. Without proper nourishment, students have a more difficult time sleeping well, concentrating, attending classes, studying, and delivering assignments. Unfortunately, food insecurity is an issue that faces many students as we work to balance our studies with personal lives and jobs.
Combatting food insecurity is a top priority of the Students’ Association of Bow Valley College, which is why in addition to our $110,000 annual donation to Bow Valley College, SABVC administers a Grocery Assistance Program (GAP) which provides grocery gift cards to students in need.
Since September 1, 2022, SABVC has spent nearly $7,000 distributing more than 130 grocery gift cards to Bow Valley College students in an effort to help membership focus less on where their next meal is coming from, and more on their studies.”
Taiani Bressan, Director of Internal Affairs, Students' Association of Bow Valley College

In 2021/22, more than 565 Bow Valley College student received over $918,000 in student awards and bursaries. These donor funds directly impacted our students’ lives, enabling them to pay tuition, buy books, securing housing and pay for childcare. The impact that your gifts have on our students is real:

Key Impact Areas for your Gift

Emergency Food Insecurity Bursary Fund
This fund will be used to provide emergency support to students who are facing food insecurity.

Soup Social
Student Services is happy to bring back our very popular Soup Social. This important initiative aims to break down barriers to students accessing food. It sees students coming together once a week to enjoy a hot bowl of soup and a bun. Students build a sense of community by connecting through games, colouring, and music. Students have expressed huge appreciation for the gift of a meal. It takes about $700 to feed 150 students, and the demand is growing. Please help us continue this great initiative to reduce food insecurity!

Financial Needs Bursaries 
The Financial Need Bursaries fund helps provide emergency support to students who have found themselves in a period of financial hardship. The fund helps alleviate the barriers that financial stress can have on their studies.

Bow Valley College Fund 
The Bow Valley College fund is used to fund student awards across all departments and schools, including the Chiu School of Business, School of Health and Wellness, School of Community Studies, School of Creative Technologies, School of Foundational Learning, and the School of Global Access.

Fund of your choice
Choose any fund at Bow Valley College to help remove a barrier for a student!

Invest in Yourself Bursary
Championed by Blake Adair, Stacey Hall, and Ryan and Kasia Lenz,  The Invest in Yourself Bursary supports Bow Valley College students that are striving to improve our community and achieve a brighter future for themselves and their family. Currently, this award supports both full-time and part-time domestic learners completing a diploma or certificate program who have demonstrated financial need.
This Giving Day, any donations to the Invest in Yourself Bursary will be matched dollar for dollar up to $5,000! 

Key Impact Areas for your Gift

$50,000
$98,283 Total Dollars
196% Raised
75 Donors
Emergency Food Insecurity Bursary Fund
Soup Social
Financial Needs Bursaries
Bow Valley College Fund
Fund of your choice

Fund of your choice
Choose any fund at Bow Valley College to help remove a barrier for a student!

Bow Valley College Fund
The Bow Valley College fund is used to fund student awards across all departments and schools, including the Chiu School of Business, School of Health and Wellness, School of Community Studies, School of Creative Technologies, School of Foundational Learning, and the School of Global Access.

Financial Needs Bursaries
The Financial Need Bursaries fund helps provide emergency support to students who have found themselves in a period of financial hardship. The fund helps alleviate the barriers that financial stress can have on their studies.

Soup Social
Student Services is happy to bring back our very popular Soup Social. This important initiative aims to break down barriers to students accessing food. It sees students coming together once a week to enjoy a hot bowl of soup and a bun. Students build a sense of community by connecting through games, colouring, and music. Students have expressed huge appreciation for the gift of a meal. It takes about $700 to feed 150 students, and the demand is growing. Please help us continue this great initiative to reduce food insecurity!

Emergency Food Insecurity Bursary Fund
This fund will be used to provide emergency support to students who are facing food insecurity.

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 Fund Development and Alumni Engagement 345 - 6 Ave SE  Calgary, AB T2G 4V1
invest@bowvalleycollege.ca
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Charitable registration No. 87843 1683 RR0001
We are proud of our track record managing donor funds. In 2021/22 Bow Valley College raised $1.9 million with a fundraising cost of $0.35 for every dollar raised. 100% of all donor funds are directed towards students through bursaries, student awards and other programs supporting student success.

Charitable registration No. 87843 1683 RR0001
We are proud of our track record managing donor funds. In 2021/22 Bow Valley College raised $1.9 million with a fundraising cost of $0.35 for every dollar raised. 100% of all donor funds are directed towards students through bursaries, student awards and other programs supporting student success.

$50,000
$98,283 Total Dollars
196% Raised
75 Donors
Invest in Yourself Bursary

Invest in Yourself Bursary
Championed by Blake Adair, Stacey Hall, and Ryan and Kasia Lenz,  The Invest in Yourself Bursary supports Bow Valley College students that are striving to improve our community and achieve a brighter future for themselves and their family. Currently, this award supports both full-time and part-time domestic learners completing a diploma or certificate program who have demonstrated financial need.
This Giving Day, any donations to the Invest in Yourself Bursary will be matched dollar for dollar up to $5,000!

Are you a Bow Valley College student and curious how you can get involved in Giving Day? 

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Are you a Bow Valley College student and curious how you can get involved in Giving Day? 

Click below to learn how you can have a chance to name your own student award!

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Giving Day Donor Roll

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Thank you to our generous donors!

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Donor Roll

Ila R. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Russel S. donated to BVC fund

Gail T. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

John H. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Suzanne H. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Aritha V. donated to BVC Fund

Paula S. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Cheryl K. donated to BVC Fund

Derek L. donated to Invest in yourself bursary

Hana I. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Tasneem R. donated to Soup Social

Lisa W. donated to BVC Fund

Andreas L. donated to BVC Fund

Rose M. donated to Bert Foster Christmas Fund

Lance C. donated to BVC Fund

Jodie M. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Alison F. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Allison G. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Misheck M. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Haideh F. donated to BVC Fund

Cindy D. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Bruce A. donated to Invest in Yourself Bursary

Sharon C. donated to BVC Fund

Kelly O. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Suzie J. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Tracy I. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Nora M. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Eileen G. donated to Finish Line Fund - Financial Need Bursaries

Michelle C. donated to Finish Line Fund - Financial Need Bursaries

Cameron Y. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Bryle L. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Nusrat A. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Denise W. donated to Invest in Yourself Bursary

Carol R. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

David R. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Jennefer R. donated to BVC Fund

Tristan B. donated to BVC Fund

Fraser T. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Shirley E. donated to Soup Social

Greg B. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

David T. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Arlene O. donated to BVC Fund

Hewa H. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Terrence B. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Krista M. donated to Bert Foster Christmas Fund

Adam O. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Anonymous donated to Bert Foster Christmas Fund

Roderick W. donated to donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Eddy C. donated to Invest In Yourself Bursary

Anonymous donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Roy G. donated to BVC Fund

Hana I. donated to Soup Social

Anonymous donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Lynn C. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Anonymous donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Terri H. donated to Finish Line Fund - Financial Need Bursaries

Kara M. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Paula A. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Anonymous donated to BVC Fund

Kathryn K. donated to Bert Foster Christmas Fund

Anonymous donated to BVC Fund

Simranjeet K. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Anonymous donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Monica G. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Anonymous donated to BVC Fund

Anonymous donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Zheng C. donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Anonymous donated to Food Insecurity Emergency Bursary Fund

Thank you

Thanks to support from our community, we raised over $98,000 on Giving Day to inspire a brighter future for our students through initiatives tackling food insecurity, awards, and bursaries.

Your donations make a real impact.

Thanks to your commitment, our students become work-ready graduates and help build our community.

Thank you

Thanks to support from our community, we raised over $98,000 on Giving Day to inspire a brighter future for our students through initiatives tackling food insecurity, awards, and bursaries.

Your donations make a real impact.

Thanks to your commitment, our students become work-ready graduates and help build our community.