Get involved

 

  • Campaign supporters:
    • Have you got a personal story or do you volunteer for an agency supported by the United Way of the Lower Mainland? If so and you'd like the agency listed on our website as contributing to our community, please let us know. Email united-way@sfu.ca
    • Supporters who would like to share information about the United Way in their department/unit/work area are invited to do so. Some ideas for involvement include:

      > Arranging a coffee break or other occasion to show United Way videos: http://www.uwlm.ca/campaign-videos
  • Book sale supporters – Donations accepted at Bennett Library year-round. Drop off large donations to Bennett Library Receiving. No magazines or encyclopedias please. For questions, email Burnaby Book Sale organizer: Jeff Rudd (rudd@sfu.ca), Surrey Book Sale organizer: Fiona Burrows (fiona@sfu.ca) or Vancouver Book Sale organizer: Anna Dallakyan (adallaky@sfu.ca).

    Volunteers who would like to staff the sale at Burnaby campus, please contact organizer of Book Sale Volunteers: Eugenie Ko (ko@sfu.ca).

  • Bake sale supporters – If you'd like to bake for the general Burnaby bake sale or staff the table, please email Bake Sale organizer: Brenda Badgero (bbadgero@sfu.ca), Anna Dallakyan (adallaky@sfu.ca) and at the Vancouver campus.

  • Faculty Smackdown Debate event supporters – If you'd like to be an usher at the event contact: Gwynne Roseborough (grosebor@sfu.ca).
  • Fundraising supporters – Organize events in your area and let us know, especially if you'd like it posted on this website. Email united-way@sfu.ca.

RESOURCES

Can't find what you're looking for? Email united-way@sfu.ca

If you'd like to...

... join the list of SFU people available to speak about why they support the United Way of the Lower Mainland; or

... ask to have your event advertised on this website or in one of our community emails

Please indicate your interest and email us at united-way@sfu.ca

Why get involved with the United Way?

  • Because giving a dollar today towards a child's education will save our communities much more tomorrow.
  • Because volunteering today spreads the value of caring for a better community tomorrow.
  • Because acting today allows us to apply our transferable skills to a cause that's helping children and seniors in our community have a brighter tomorrow.

Because change starts here.

Supervisors: supporting volunteers from your department is much appreciated.