What is the Community Campaign?
The Community Campaign is our annual campus fundraising campaign, which encourages Laurier staff, faculty, retirees and members of the Board of Governors to donate to the university. Last year, we had 478 donors contributing to the campaign, raising over $300,000. This year, our goal is to raise $350,000, with the support of 550 donors.
Why should I get involved?
Many Laurier employees donate every year to help ensure that we remain a leading Canadian university and provide an exceptional experience for our students. It's not the size of your gift that matters, it's the participation that counts. Your support of this campaign makes us stronger together. To read more about why some of your colleagues get involved, click here.
What areas can I support?
You can direct your support to the programs and initiatives that are important to you at Laurier. Whether you choose to have your donation assist students in financial need, provide state-of-the-art equipment to a lab, help increase library resources, or any other project you are passionate about, you can be certain that your donation will make a difference.
Craig Chipps '05, Laurier Brantford
Rick Elliott, Faculty of Science
Megan Harris '00, School of Business & Economics
Debra Martz Melanson, Faculty of Music
Meena Sharify-Funk, Faculty of Arts
To meet the rest of the Community Campaign volunteers, please click here.
News and upcoming events
On Thursday, September 13 we launched this year's campaign across all of our campuses. Approximately 200 faculty and staff came to visit one of our locations for a free coffee or tea. Please click here to see photos from the launch.