Campaign

Whether on campus or in your community there are many ways you can play an active role in changing the world through education. Find out more about WUSC's campaigns and get creative with your fundraising and awareness raising activities! This is your chance to inform and engage people on important global issues. Change doesn't happen on its own. Act now!

I want to campaign for WUSC! What do I do now?

Simply click on the campaign you would like to fundraise for and create an account. You’ll now have a personal campaign page to customize, track donations, and send information to friends and family! For more information, check out the Fundraising Resource Guide for FAQs and printable donation slips

 
 

Priority Programs
Support WUSC's efforts to foster human development and global understanding through education and training.


Student Refugee Program (SRP)
Through WUSC's Student Refugee Program (SRP), Local Committees across Canada sponsor over 65 student refugees to Canada every year, enabling them to enter the country as permanent residents and pursue their education at Canadian universities and colleges. Get involved with the SRP and learn first-hand about refugee and resettlement issues.

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Bike 4 Aids
Bicycles, especially if outfitted with a stretcher, can help those living with HIV and AIDS in Malawi. Fundraise (bicycle - $200 or bicycle ambulances -$500) and raise awareness about the HIV and AIDS epidemic and Millennium Development Goal #6.

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Shine A Light
Girls in refugee camps are expected to help with domestic chores and sibling care, limiting their opportunity to go to school. Most of them don't get to finish primary school, let alone high school. In many classrooms, boys outnumber girls 4:1. Girls want to improve their school performance. Together, we can provide these girls with after-school programs in a safe learning environment. They need to be able to catch up on their studies and gain the self-confidence they need to truly succeed!

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