Volunteers needed for #McGill24

mcgill24_splash_page_header-p1-lHave you ever wondered how you can give back to a cause you believe in or find a way to support an innovative idea? Have you ever been curious to see how a simple donation can change lives? Your participation in McGill’s new, bold fundraising campaign can have a global, enduring impact and we need your help. Just a few hours of your time can truly make a difference.

What is #McGill24?
On March 16, 2016, the global McGill community will come together like never before. #McGill24 is a one-day challenge that will unite alumni, students, parents, friends, faculty, and staff in support of the causes that matter to all of us. Each gift made during this 24-hour period will help create new opportunities for McGill’s talented students and enable faculty to make new discoveries, advance knowledge, and support social change in Canada and around the world.

Learn about all the incredible work that can happen as a result of your gift on #McGill24 and follow the stories of 15 McGillians who represent our community>>

But it’s more than donating money – we need volunteers on March 16th to be ambassadors of the SCS Faculty at our HotSpot at 688 Sherbrooke. Volunteers will provide information to students, process donations, and champion the #McGill24 cause! We need your voices, your energy, and your support so that SCS can create more professional development resources, and strengthen advising and career transition services.

Read our volunteer FAQ and contact Chantal Gagné at vpsocial.maces@mail.mcgill.ca for more details.

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