Double your gift to The Next 25 campaign: contributions will be matched by alumni donor
Thanks to a generous alumni donor, the next $60,000 in donations to The Next 25 campaign will be matched dollar-for-dollar. This is a fantastic opportunity for supporters to double the impact of their donations to the Queen’s Health Sciences (QHS) Fund and advance the highest priority projects that will redesign health sciences education, research, and healthcare on the frontlines.
Be a part of The Next 25 – make your gift to Queen’s Health Sciences today.
“We are very grateful for the generosity of everyone who has contributed to this campaign and to our lead donor for offering this matching opportunity. As you consider your end-of-year charitable giving, I hope you will choose to support The Next 25 to help prepare the next generation of health scientists,” says Dean Jane Philpott. The Next 25 campaign celebrates the 25th anniversary of QHS as a united faculty (Rehabilitation Therapy, Nursing and Medicine).
Payroll deduction option available for faculty/staff
For QHS faculty and staff, the matching opportunity also applies to any pledges made through payroll deduction. The payroll deduction option is an easy way to give by having a regular deduction come right off an employee’s pay. The charitable tax receipt will be included on the T4 for that tax year which makes tax filing easy.
To donate by payroll deduction, visit The Next 25, select ‘Make your gift’ and then choose ‘payroll deduction’. Donors can also give by credit card as a one-time or recurring gift.
“One of the biggest challenges in health systems right now is the shortage of human resources,” adds Dr. Philpott. “Your gift is helping QHS train health professionals in an interdisciplinary, collaborative, and equitable environment to prepare them to work in the health teams of tomorrow. We see innovation in health professions education and research as the way to implement solutions to ease the healthcare crises in Canada, and we can’t do it without our generous donors.”