The Keystone Campaign invites faculty, staff and retirees to a talk celebrating the power of philanthropy.
Inspired by a local healthcare professional's drive to improve child health in Nepal, two University of Waterloo students set out to make a difference.
When Kathmandu’s new International Friendship Children’s Hospital opened, these two students committed their time and energy to find the talent and equipment to help support the fledgling facility’s mission.
If you plan on attending this event, please fill in this form and submit it. Send your cheque of $28.00 per person to:
Pat Cunningham, 88 McCarron Cres., Waterloo, On N2L 5N2
Our Fall Luncheon will be held on Tuesday, October 29th at the Sunshine Centre/ Luther Village. Dr. Richard Hughson, the Schlegel Research Chair in Vascular Aging and Brain Health in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences will speak about Aging & Astronauts.