At the March 20, 2019 King Township Women of Influence Giving Circle Members Meeting, a sign recognizing the member’s contributions to King Campus projects was revealed at Magna Hall.
On Wednesday, Nov. 21 members of the King Township Women of Influence Giving Circle met at Magna Hall to hear presentations from teams at Seneca who were pitching for the opportunity to win $10,000 for their project.
The winner was Tania Killian, Nursing Professor with her pitch for Virtual Reality equipment to enhance the learning experience of students. This equipment not only will assist students in the nursing labs but can be used by all students to simulate the professional environment prior in preparation for real life scenarios.
Inaugural Impact Meeting
Members of the King Township Women of Influence Giving Circle gathered at the School of Animal Health at King Campus to see firsthand, the impact of their generosity.
Thanks to a $10,000 gift from the Giving Circle last year, the School of Animal Health purchased two horse model simulators that allow students to practice skills and techniques prior to being required to draw blood from a live animal.
Holiday Cheer Event
The King Township Women of Influence Giving Circle gathered on Thursday, Nov. 30 at Locale in King City to celebrate the group’s first year together and to share some holiday cheer. The afternoon’s program included a presentation by Michelle Pitman of Define Me Wellness with tips and strategies for self-care during the holiday season.
2017 was an important year for the Giving Circle that welcomed many social gatherings and several new members. We also held the first voting meeting, which led to a $10,000 gift to the Veterinary Technician program. On behalf of Seneca and the studens at King Campus, thank you for your support.
Inaugural voting meeting
On Thursday, June 22, members of the King Township Women of Influence Giving Circle voted on pitches for funding from three Seneca teams at the inaugural meeting.
Representatives from The Forest School, Financial Aid and Veterinary Technician presented projects to be considered for support. Members of the Giving Circle selected the ‘Pain Free Practice’ project from the Veterinary Technician program, awarding the School of Animal Health $10,000 in funding.