Donate to the United Way!
Your gift will help enrich the lives of our friends, co-workers, students and neighbours and make a lasting difference for them and their families.
Online giving, payroll deduction and paper pledge donations are now open for the 2018 United Way campaign. You can use the links below to make your gift online:
- Full time employees – https://community.unitedwayem.ca/FanshaweFT
- Part time employees – https://community.unitedwayem.ca/FanshawePT
- Retirees – https://community.unitedwayem.ca/FanshaweRetiree
- FSU – https://community.unitedwayem.ca/FSU
- Students, alumni and community friends – https://community.unitedwayem.ca/FanshaweCommunity
There will also be other ways to give later this term! Please see the events list below for more information about United Way fundraisers at Fanshawe.
Fanshawe's 2018 United Way campaign
The Fanshawe College 2018 United Way campaign officially kicked off on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 and will run until the end of January 2019. Last year, staff, students and retirees from all campuses at Fanshawe College made the largest contribution in our history to United Way. We are proud to announce this year's all-campus goal: $116,000.00!
Together, we ignite possibility. Together, we can change the odds.
All people are important. All people have the potential to need help and the potential to give help. 'Success' and 'quality of life' mean different things to different people, but we're all driven by the ultimate goal of enjoying life to its fullest potential, and helping others to do the same.
United Way supports a wide range of services within our communities. These services are dedicated to moving people from poverty to possibility, building strong and healthy communities and helping kids be all they can be. Many of our students do their field placements within agencies funded by United Way, contributing their expertise through experiential learning. Many of our staff have been involved with United Way too, as recipients of assistance and as volunteers with agencies that receive United Way funding. We all have the potential to succeed and to help others succeed.
Campus Security Services shoe shine: Friday, January 11 at 1 p.m.; various offices (London Campus)
Remote control car races: Tuesday, February 5; James A. Colvin Atrium (London Campus)
Memphis Jam benefit concert: Saturday, February 23; Aeolian Hall, Dundas Street, London
Fanshawe makes United Way history again!
College's highest-ever contribution tops triple-digits for eighth year in a row
Fanshawe's United Way committee is proud to announce that you have helped surpass our 2017 United Way campaign goal. College staff, students, alumni and retirees have made the largest contribution in Fanshawe's history, a record-setting $116,114.72 donation to the United Way!
This all-campus total, which reflects funds raised through payroll contributions, as well as fundraising events and student activities, was distributed to United Way agencies across each of Fanshawe's four campus communities in London, Woodstock, St. Thomas and Simcoe.
"It's always wonderful to see the response of our Fanshawe family to the needs of our community, even in a year as challenging as 2017 was," said campaign chair Candace Miller. "We're thrilled to have helped touch so many lives through the efforts of United Way sponsored agencies in our region. This kind of support is so important and makes such a powerful difference in the lives of our students, colleagues, friends and neighbours."
Fanshawe has surpassed the $100,000 mark for eight years in a row. Our total contributions to the United Way amount to more than $1.5 million since the College began donating.
"I would like to acknowledge the help and support of this year's campaign committee, canvassing champions, volunteers and donors, along with our sponsored employee Laura Visconti," Miller says. "We also congratulate this year's Labour Appreciation Award winners John Conley and Dana Copeland and our highest fundraisers, the Student Success department, including 'Champion of the Year' Linda MacLeod."