Great to see all the work being done to preserve and inform about ocean creatures. Keep swimming.!!
Ying & David Gilbert
There's are two important days in our lives, the day we are born and the day we discover why we were born, and with education we are able to enrich the lives of others and make a contribution to our society.
Happy to assist in a small way the wonderful Students at Dal in these difficult times.
This donation was made on behalf of the broader SRES community in support of the health and well-being of our students.
Dalhousie SITE Co-op Office
This donation of $450 was collected from the staff of the Science, Information Technology, Engineering (SITE Co-op) Co-operative Education office who were moved support students in need at this time. We sincerely hope that this small token will be helpful in the collective effort to assist students who need food security.
The staff of UGME in the Faculty of Medicine just collected and donated $582.25 to help support Dal students by ensuring they have enough food, especially through the holidays. We encourage all FOM departments to do the same!
Mary Anne Dib
Amazing initiative for our students. Thanks to everyone that made this happen.
Xinyuan Delores Sui
Graduated from DAL more than a decade ago. Still felt grateful for the learning at DAL and the wonderful professors I had. has been donating for most of years after graduation. Stopped for 2 years due to some personal life circumstances. It was great to donate again, especially for a good cause and with a matching funding too.
Cindy Lou Jensen
Congratulations for a wonderful effort!
Glad to support this fantastic cause!
Gift in lieu of Dalhousie Treasury & Investment Holiday gathering. Fintreas@dal.ca
Happy to support such a great project that will do a lot of good!
Food security is such an important issue, within university communities as elsewhere, especially tied to support for local food producers. Mens sana in corpore sano. Can't have one without the other. Kudos to those who initiated this project, especially at such a difficult time for students and young people in a precariat gig economy with few gigs available.