Centraide Campaign

Centraide Campaign

Dear members of the Bishop’s community,

The 2021 Centraide campaign has come to an end and Maxime and I would like to thank everyone for your outstanding support. Because of your generosity, we surpassed all our objectives, both in terms of participation and donation.

Truly, this is a tangible demonstration we care about our local community.

This campaign would not have been possible without the help of so many individuals. We would like to offer our sincere thanks to all the canvassers who amplified the Centraide message on our campus: Ariel Edery, Denise Lauzière, Eliza McKnight, James Crooks, Jean Porter, Jeff Macdonald, Kendra Brock, Kimberlee Maheu, Linda Gauvin, Jacqueline Scott, Michael Teed, Nathalie Hivert, Monika Mitchell, Osire Galcier, Rhena Roselli, Shawn Malley, Simon Fortin, Sofia Marques Manata, Suzanne Lapointe, Todd Aiken, Fannie Gaudette, Jayme Marotte, Suzanne Hood, Kerry Hull and Jordan Tronsgard. This campaign would also not have been possible without the technical support of Benjamin Tabah, Alexandra Olma and Sarah Haddon. A heartfelt thank you also to the student representatives: Andrew Phillips, Hailey Mondor, Pascale Desmarais, Joëlle Gagon and Annabelle Nadeau-Germann.  And thank you to the teams at Sodexo, B&G, LLC, and ITS.

If you wish to know how the money will be used, simply visit https://www.centraideestrie.com/ and subscribe to the newsletter.

On behalf of the 68 organizations supported by Centraide in our region, thank you.


Sonia Patenaude & Maxime Trempe

Co-leaders of the 2021 Centraide campaign

Two ways to give:

1) Payroll Deduction

Donate through payroll deduction

2) By Credit Card online:

When selecting to make your donation online using your credit card, please remember to select INDIVIDUAL donation.

After your fill out the PERSONAL INFORMATION section, be sure to write BISHOP’S UNIVERSITY in the comment section.

Donate by credit card online

Need help filling the online form? Write to spatenau@ubishops.ca and a volunteer can lend a hand.