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Monday, June 18, 2018

Major $1 Million Contribution from L’alUMni to the Université de Moncton’s Evolution Fundraising Campaign

From left: Linda Schofield, Executive Director of University Relations, Philanthropic Development and the Evolution Fundraising Campaign; Marc-Antoine Chiasson, President of L’alUMni; Camille H. Thériault, Co-Chair of the Evolution Fundraising Campaign; Bernard Lord, Co-Chair of the Evolution Fundraising Campaign; and Jacques Paul Couturier, Interim President and Vice-Chancellor of the Université de Moncton.
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In response to the importance of increasing feelings of belonging and pride among future graduates, L’alUMni alumni association has made improving the student experience its strategic priority for the past six years.

By making a concrete contribution to the quality of the student experience with this major $1 million gift, L’alUMni has taken responsibility for developing a memorable and stimulating student life that will be a key component in students’ university careers.

Since implementing this new direction, L’alUMni has focused more clearly on developing a sustained relationship to accompany students during both their university journey and their professional career. The association also acts as a catalyst and creates opportunities, including events such as the Rendez-vous de L’alUMni, the university's annual homecoming, and the Repères program, for graduates, students and the university community to meet and to network.

To make a donation to the Université de Moncton or for information on how to do so, please contact the Philanthropic Development Office by phone at 506-858-4130 or 1-888-362-1144, by email at developpement@umoncton.ca or visit the Evolution Fundraising Campaign website.
Source : Direction des communications, des affaires publiques et du marketing
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