Help us raise $30,000 in 30 days! | Assiniboine Community College
Help us raise $30,000 in 30 days!

 Together, Assiniboine alumni can pay it forward, and clear a path to education for future alumni

This month-long campaign aims to raise $30,000 in 30 days from individual college alumni (and friends) to increase the funding available to students—future alumni—through scholarships, awards and bursaries. This donation to the Assiniboine Community College Foundation will help a new crop of Assiniboine alumni achieve their goals. 

FACTS

  1. The Manitoba Scholarship and Bursary Initiative (MSBI) contributes $1 for every $2 raised. 
  2. Never claimed a charitable tax credit before? You may be eligible for the ‘First-Time Donor’s Super Credit’ (visit imaginecanada.ca for more info).
  3. In 2016/17 Assiniboine awarded $342,000 in student awards to more than 300 students.

Download the Assiniboine Alumni Giving Campaign Pledge Form (PDF)


Making a Difference

Dallas is an Interactive Media Arts graduate.

“I went to class every day to work on my assignments, to share my opinions, but above all else – to learn. I was constantly working towards my goals in the program, and it was nice to get some recognition for my efforts.”

“Getting the Academic Leadership Award took away a lot of stress that I was having about my practicum at the end of the academic year.”

— Dallas Flett-Wapash
Interactive Media Arts, class of 2017


Lindsay Sanderson, a Business Administration graduate.

“I feel very appreciative to have received these awards. I am genuinely grateful to have been a recipient and to have been selected amongst many candidates. I am also deeply respectful to the donors who provide these student awards.”

“If it weren’t for donors, many deserving individuals would be held back by finances or wouldn’t be recognized for their hard work and determination.”

— Lindsay Sanderson
Business Administration, class of 2017


 

“Receiving a scholarship was the difference between going to school and not. I was so grateful to get the extra financial help…it really made the final decision as to whether I would attend college or not."

— Brooke Huculak
Police Studies, class of 2016