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Tuesday, June 04, 2019

Edmundston Truck Stop Donates $25,000 to the Evolution Fundraising Campaign of the Université de Moncton

From left: Madeleine Dubé, vice-president, Université de Moncton, Edmundston campus; Vicki Wallace-Godbout, owner, Edmundston Truck Stop; Marco J. Godbout, director of operations, Edmundston Truck Stop; and Jacques Paul Couturier, interim president and vice-chancellor, Université de Moncton.
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Edmundston Truck Stop, located on the territory of the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, has made a $25,000 contribution to the Evolution Fundraising Campaign of the Université de Moncton.

This donation will be used to establish the Fonds de bourses Edmundston Truck Stop. Through this fund, scholarships will be awarded annually to students enrolled full-time on the Edmundston campus and belonging to any of the following categories: women, Aboriginal, a visible minority or having a handicap.

Located one kilometre from the Edmundston campus, the businesses managed by Edmundston Truck Stop, founded in 2013, benefit from the constant flow of traffic generated by the nearby presence of the postsecondary educational institution. Above all, however, owner Vicki Wallace-Godbout recognizes the value and impact of the Université de Moncton everywhere across New Brunswick, particularly in the province’s northwest. A graduate of the Bachelor of Law program at the Université de Moncton, Ms. Wallace-Godbout is also a member of the Evolution Fundraising Campaign cabinet.

To make a donation to the Université de Moncton or to get more information on the subject, please contact the Philanthropic Development Office by telephone at 506-858-4130 or at 1‑888‑362‑1144, by email at the address developpement@umoncton.ca or by visiting the website of the Evolution Fundraising Campaign. 
Source : Direction des communications, des affaires publiques et du marketing
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