TIES x United Way Fundraiser 2021

It’s that time of year again! November is United Way fundraising month at TIES.

United Way of Calgary and Area is a local charity that works to realize a brighter future for everyone across the communities we serve. Our involvement in this city-wide campaign helps create lasting social change to overcome poverty, help kids succeed, and build strong communities. United Way of Calgary Area also supports our Financial Literacy programming at TIES!

This year’s campaign will run for the month of November and will feature plenty of activities! To get involved, check out the initiatives below:

If you have any questions about this campaign, please contact Irina at irinacopil@immigrant-education.ca. 

Bid on a Basket

Check out these beautiful baskets donated by our staff & volunteers. Auction starts at $30, or if you are really determined to get the basket, buy it out at $75!

Eva & Friends Plants

To brighten up everyone’s home here at TIES, our lovely HR Manager, Eva Su and other members of our staff donated over 25 plants in support of the United Way! Available plants for our staff and volunteers to purchase included: aloe, succulents, peace lilies, philodendrons and more. Check back to see those lucky individuals when they pick-up their new plants!

Make an E-Pledge

Want to contribute to the campaign directly? You can make a direct donation via e-Pledge on the United Way Online Giving site. If you are a staff member at TIES, please use your work email when registering so that they will automatically register your donation under the TIES account. *NOTE: once you have registered, the confirmation e-mail may go to your junk folder. Check your junk folder to proceed.

 

Make a Pledge via Paper Form / Cheque

Prefer to make a pledge in person? Paper pledge forms will be available at both TIES Reception desks. For more information, contact Analiza (for TIES Whitehorn) at wcreception@immigrant-education.ca or Irina (for TIES Forest Lawn) at irinacopil@immigrant-education.ca.

 

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