Take the Growing Tomorrow Faculty and Staff Challenge!

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic is so much more than buildings, books and equipment. Every day, our dedicated faculty and staff in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Moose Jaw bring learning to life! If you’re one of them, we’d like to extend our thanks — and a challenge.

Will you join your colleagues who are helping students keep their dreams alive and equip Saskatchewan Polytechnic for the needs of tomorrow by making a donation today? The amount of your gift isn't important. It's the giving that counts.

The Growing Tomorrow Senior Management and Board Members Pacesetter Appeal runs from November 26 to January 15, 2019 and the Faculty and Staff Challenge runs from April 15 to May 10, 2019.

Direct your gift to scholarships and bursaries or support projects that will help Sask Polytech enhance education and student life now and into the future. It’s up to you! 

You can make your gift by credit card, cheque, cash, or through the convenient Payroll Deduction option (It’s an easy way to make a big impact on a student, without making a big impact on your wallet!)

Please complete and return the Growing Tomorrow pledge form (pdf). Questions? Please email Dianne Craig at dianne.craig@saskpolytech.ca or call her at 306-659-6938

Thank you for being the face and HEART of Sask Polytech!  

Here’s the kind of impact your gift can make in the life of a student.

Erica is a student at Sask Polytech - and if it hadn’t been for the help she got from caring alumni like you while she was recovering from surgery, she may have had to drop out.

Right after earning her dental assisting certificate, she was determined to complete an advanced diploma in dental hygiene, too. But the surgery meant she couldn’t work that summer. (Her dad and I helped as much as we could, but with our other child in university, on his second degree, our savings were gone.)

Erica applied for the Sask Polytech Alumni Award. This $1,000 award, funded entirely by donations, helps the children and grandchildren of past graduates like you and me. She GOT IT!

 “With tuition and books plus all the dental instruments, rent, gas, groceries — and not being able to work for two months — it relieved so much stress and panic of 'How am I going to pay for all this?'," says Erica.

Help us grow tomorrow for students like Erica. Questions? Please contact Dianne Craig at dianne.craig@saskpolytech.ca  or call her at 306-659-6938.