You can make a difference.
There are countless areas of research, innovation, activity and scholarship on our campus and every member of this community has their favourite. Here are a few of your colleagues with their reasons for supporting Queen's.
"I give to Queen's because I can see firsthand the good that it can do. As a librarian, I support many of the academic and non-academic functions of the university and I see both the great things that this institution accomplishes and the opportunities lost because there's just not enough money or resources. Giving to Queen's makes me feel like I can help fill in the gaps to make all our efforts reach a little farther."
- Matthew (Libraries)
"Queen's University supports research in the area of Bullying via the PREVNET research program. As the parent of a 12-year-old boy who has been on the receiving end of bullying, I can tell you how happy I am that the Bully Lab exists and how the research there can make a difference for kids who are affected by bullying, like my son Mike."
- Penny (Advancement)
"I am proud that I have been a part of the Queen's Community for 33 years. For me , that comes with the responsibility to help the Community when it is in need. It's important to me to support the QCC Appeal. As a child, I was able to take summer dance classes on the campus. Queen's University provided that wonderful opportunity which benefited so many young dancers. And it is with this in mind I'll give to the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts which will benefit so many of our talented Queen's students and others in the Kingston Community."
- Faye (Human Resources)
"I give to the QCC Appeal because I believe students who have financial need should not be disadvantaged. I have not forgotten that many years ago during a time of hardship for my parents, I was able to continue to attend the post secondary school of my choice because of the financial assistance I received."
- Cheryl (Clinical Education Centre)