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Sobey family gift largest in NSCC history
Sobey family gift largest in NSCC history A major philanthropic gift by members of the Sobey family to the Make Way Campaign is helping students, their families and their communities across Nova Scotia.
NSCC students help Make Way
NSCC students help Make Way A generous gift from NSCC students, facilitated by Student Association leaders, supports fellow students across the province.
David Hoffman
Donor believes in community impact Donor David Hoffman believes in supporting his community, which is why he's invested his time and resources in NSCC.
Bob and Brenda MacEachern
Donors boost Urgent Aid Fund Bob and Brenda MacEachern have deep ties to NSCC. Supporting students is their way of honouring those connections.
Grad employer opening doors to learning
Grad employer opening doors to learning A $50,000 gift from Web.com, facilitated by Vice President Karen Churchill, is helping local students with tuition costs each year.
Photo of group of NSCC and Scotiabank employees at announcement event
Scotiabank gift supports aspiring NSCC entrepreneurs The Scotiabank Entrepreneur-in-the-Making program will assist NSCC students and recent alumni, particularly underrepresented groups, thanks to a $150,000 donation.
Photo of NSCC President Don Bureaux and RBC executives holding $100,000 cheque
RBC Student Works Fund helps NSCC students gain experience and launch careers A $100,000 contribution by RBC is helping students gain relevant, career-building experience, on campus, while attending NSCC.
In the photo (L-R): Don Bureaux, President, NSCC; NSCC Student Association Presidents Akash Pandey (Ivany Campus), Krista Holland-Guy (IT Campus) and Mike Pinkney (Truro Campus); and Ashton Sequeira, President at Compass Group, Chartwells’ parent company holding $100,000 cheque
Chartwells supports NSCC students Chartwells has contributed $500,000 to help students facing unanticipated financial challenges that may affect their ability to remain in school.
Photo of NSCC President Don Bureaux with CIBC executives and students in Make Way t-shirts
CIBC donation supports financial literacy for NSCC students A $125,000 gift is supporting the development of a financial literacy course for NSCC students across Nova Scotia.
Photo of donor Ron Joyce offering his wisdom to past NSCC award recipients
The Joyce Foundation donation to support students, College’s largest gift This generous contribution, which kick-started the Make Way Campaign, supports hundreds of students annually through bursaries and urgent aid.
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