Time is running out to support the College’s 2017 NC Cares United Way Campaign. Together we’ve raised $31,504.25 to date!
With only a few days left until our campaign wrap up on December 14, we’re hoping to make one final push to help us reach our campaign goal of $40,000! Every dollar counts.
Those who donate before December 14, including those who have previously donated, will have a chance to win some fabulous Grand Prizes, including:
- A Niagara Helicopter Ride for two (Helicopter Prize – United Way);
- A six-month parking pass starting Sept. 1, 2018 (non-transferrable);
- Dinner for two at NC’s award-winning Benchmark restaurant;
- Hornblower’s Falls Fireworks Cruise in Niagara Falls for four guests.
Grand Prize winners will be announced following the campaign wrap-up on December 14 at the President’s Holiday Reception.
“We are proud of our College’s support for the United Way of South Niagara which plays a vital role in our community, and we thank all staff and faculty who have generously donated,” said campaign co-chairs Greg Medulun (VP, External Relations) and Gary Torraville (associate dean, CFWI).
“We encourage those who are able, to consider contributing to our 2017 campaign and to help us continue our College’s strong tradition of support for our community.”
Donations may be made through payroll deductions online here or by contacting Jennifer Murphy for a paper form (email@example.com). Your donation can be directed to any Niagara United Way office or a registered charity of your choice.
The NC Greenhouse is also donating $1 from each Poinsettia Sale to support the College’s United Way Campaign. The Poinsettia sales continue at the Greenhouse and will be sold at the Welland Campus on Thursday, December 14 in the Applied Health Institute foyer, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
United Way weekly prize winners
Congratulations to our prize winners who donated online and became eligible for weekly draws! For a full list of our weekly prize winners visit www.niagaracollege.ca/nccares/
NC Cares in a United Way
Donations to the NC Cares United Way campaign help fund essential programs and services to improve the lives of those in need. One in three Niagara residents use a program or service that is funded by the United Way.
For more info about the NC Cares United Way Campaign, visit www.niagaracollege.ca/nccares/