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October to December 2018
Camosun is proud to partner with the วิธีเล่นเกมยิงปลาให้ได้เงินUnited Way of Greater Victoria to raise funds in benefit of the community we call home. "Show Your Local Love" by contributing to real, lasting social change close to home to raise awareness for those in need!
A United Way Message from Camosun President, Sherri Bell
People accessing United Way funded programs are among us every day – they could be your co-workers, neighbours, friends or extended family members. By giving to United Way you support a network of services with specialized resources for all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Read the Community Investment Directory to learn more about the programs and services they fund.
This year’s campaign theme is ‘Show Your Local Love. Our goal is to raise $75,000 and increase the payroll giving rate to 15%. This will support over 87 local agencies in greater Victoria. Last year, we were awarded the “Post-Secondary Challenge cup” for our outstanding campaign. With your help we can reach our 2018 goals and win the cup again. Let’s do this Camosun!
How To Contribute to Camosun's United Way Campaign
Option 1: Online Payroll Giving
Payroll giving is fast and easy! It starts January 2019 and is continuous each payday. Login anytime to modify or cancel your donation. If you are a term or temporary employee, deductions occur only when you are working with the college.
- Create a United Way account
- Choose amount to give each payday (or one-time donation)
- Choose specific priorities for your donation (optional)
Login to your United Way account anytime to modify/cancel your deductions.
Option 2: Paper Pledge Card
Paper pledge cards are available and will be circulated to each campus, school and department. Or, pick one up from the bookstore at either campus.
Tax benefits of giving
Donations qualify for great tax benefits. See what it costs per pay, after tax incentives, to make an impact. Use this handy tool to calculate your tax credits.
2018 Fundraising activities
- September 20th - HHS Pajama Day
- October 10 - Kick-Off BBQ: Lansdowne, 11:30am-2pm
- October 11 - Kick-Off BBQ: Interurban, 11:30am-2pm
- October 15 to November 30 - Online Silent Auction
- October 19 - Women's Volleyball: Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence (PISE), 6pm; Men's Volleyball: PISE, 8pm
- October 31 - Halloween
- November 1 - Women's Basketball: PISE, 6pm; Men's Basketball: PISE, 8pm
- November 6 - BINGO
- November 6 - Pancake Breakfast: Lansdowne
- November 8 - Pancake Breakfast: Interurban
- November 15 - BINGO
It's easy to get involved in Camosun's United Way campaign. Aside from making a donation, there are number of ways you can help and raise awareness.
Organize an event in your department
Do you have a great idea for a fun activity to raise awareness for the campaign? This doesn't have to be complicated, just something to highlight the campaign within your department and keep people aware of the campaign. A bake sale, pajama day or coin drive? Does someone in your department have a superhuman capacity for moustache growing? No gesture is too small!
Invite a United Way speaker to your next department meeting
Hearing from someone who's been helped can make a real difference. 15 minutes is plenty of time. Contact Alisha Dsouza to book your speaker.
Find us on Twitter
The campaign is on twitter this year! Follow us @camosununited and help us spread the word.
#ShowYourLocalLove on social media and share with us how you show your local love.
Working together we truly can change the future!
What Your Donation Looks Like
The impact of your donation goes a long way; find out the impact of your donation through their วิธีเล่นเกมยิงปลาให้ได้เงินlife changing experiences and what your dollar buys for people in need.
Learn more about United Way
For more info contact unitedway@วิธีเล่นเกมยิงปลาให้ได้เงิน www.newmansgermanshepherds.com
Alisha Dsouza (250-370-4996)
Download the campaign posters to learn more about how your support is making a positive difference in our local community.
Rose overcame mental health struggles by connecting with people in her Indigenous community like Theresa. Watch Rose’s story at uwgv.ca/rose
Travis works part time at a shelter, where he uses his own past to help people experiencing homelessness. See how Travis connects with United Way donor Daniel at uwgv.ca/travis
Nuhaa feels more comfortable in Canada after participating in an after-school program and meeting volunteers like Samantha. Watch Nuhaa’s story at uwgv.ca/nuhaa
Last updated: October 18, 2018 11:01 am