We have to take care of the next generation and lift each other up. Every little bit helps!
These are such difficult times to be a student anywhere. For those of us who remember wonderful times at Dal studying in much happier circumstances, giving some financial support to today's students is the least we can do.
I am happy to support the students of Dalhousie University, the educational institution from which I graduated and then 37 years later from which I retired.
I know firsthand how hard it is to attend university while struggling with mental health issues. I cannot even imagine adding COVID-19 and isolation to the mix. I want students to know you are not alone and you will get through this. There is light at the end of the tunnel.
We all have to do our part to make life easier for our fellow students in need. Keep up the great work!
I have friends and loved ones who have been impacted by mental health issues. This is a great initiative, and an important cause. Together we can help as many students as we can reach their full potential in spite of the challenges brought about by Covid.
As an alumnus of Dalhousie, I'm concerned for the welfare of students at this trying time.
I was happy to donate to the Student Wellness Project at Dal to help those that have been impacted during COVID. We can all do our part to help each other during these challenging times.
I had a part time job when I attended Dal. It gave me a bit of money and a sense of responsibility that I did not have to go to my parents and family for ALL my financial needs. A lot of the traditional part time jobs are just not available during the pandemic and I think its important to help. You can't study and achieve if you constantly have worry about everything including where the next dolla