New York City Branch - Queen's Alumni of New York Bursary Bash
|Date:||March 28, 2018|
|Time:||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
|Location:|| 230 Fifth Rooftop Garden Bar|
230 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY
For more information on the location please click here
|Cost:||CDN$13.00 per person (approx. US$10.00), includes one complimentary glass of wine. Proceeds will benefit the New York Branch Bursary. Please note that the registration fee does not represent a charitable donation and will not result in a charitable tax receipt.|
We are excited to invite New York based alumni to our March Bursary event. For those who arrive early there will be complimentary wine, and everyone will have a chance to enter to win event door prizes!
The New York Alumni Branch Bursary will be awarded to one or two first-year students from the Tri-State area beginning full-time studies at Queen's. This bursary will help students ease their financial burden and ensure that they enjoy the full Queen's experience.
Let us show our Queen's students the power of our alumni community in New York by raising the necessary funds to get this initiaitive off the ground.
Every gift amount helps to build this bursary and launch the dreams of a future student. Matching gifts are welcome. To find out if your employer matches donations, please visit Give to Queen's.
We look forward to seeing you at our event. Feel free to show your Queen's spirit and wear your favourite Queen's gear.
|RSVP By:||Mar 28, 2018|
Julia Reid, Artsci'08 Kristine Ramsbottom, Com'15
Telephone: 613-533-6000 or 1-800-267-7837 (toll free)
New York City Branch
c/o Alumni Relations & Student Engagement
Telephone: 1-800-267-7387 (toll free in Canada and the United States)
|See Who's Coming:||View List|
|Cancellation Policy:|| In the event that you have previously registered but are unable to attend, please notify Alumni Relations Customer Service before the RSVP date for a full refund at 613-533-2060 or 1-800-267-7837 (toll free Canada/US). After the RSVP date, no refunds will be available, but substitutions may be possible. |