Merry Christmas Everyone!
Dalhousie provided outstanding opportunities for me and my family. Now it is time to give back.
Now it’s your turn, Watling
Peter Ping-Kuen Chow
Once again, it is my privilege to be able to contribute to this meaningful event in which foreign students (I was one fifty years ago), being thousand miles away from home may receive some comfort to their loneliness in the festive season.
Barbara E. Younker-Smith
Education is crucial to success. I want to support those who need assistance to meet their goals, so they can achieve success.
I remember a holiday away from home as a graduate student. This is a great program.
Very pleased to help again this year and I know how much it means to get a helping hand myself as I was a poor student in the early 80's who used to check couch cushions for coins in the old SUB .
I know how important a financial boost can be to student success. Also, I feel it is really important for students to know and feel that the whole Dalhousie community supports them and wants to see them succeed. Here's to those students who benefit from this very practical form of encouragement!
Most students need a little support while gaining education for their future, which in turn, allows them to teach and mentor others. I am honoured to be able to support even one student in the smallest way. Best of luck to all with their dreams; now make them a reality.
Kimberly McDonald Winsor
Our students' success is the most important thing!
When I was at Dalhousie, I had to use the emergency funds available to students. I am happy to see a project directly supporting the needs of students so they can continue on in their studies. I now work in fundraising at a college and I see the benefits of these funds every day!
Jo -Anne Galarneau
I clearly remember being in undergrad and struggling with all the academic pressures to pass and move forward within the faculty structure PLUS have a Significant amount of extracurricular activities that kept me far more busy than my academic pursuits. I also worked at the Mic Mall almost 30 Hrs/week to try and make ends meet. It was really tough those last few semesters trying to make it wor
Brian R Johnston Procorp.
Thank you to everyone who is contributing to this important archival project! You donations and insights are a vital part of capturing this piece of LGBT+ history.