Huntington University, in partnership with the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, proudly present a panel discussion on the topic of community leadership and engagement.
DATE: November 28, 2017
TIME: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
LOCATION: Holiday Inn, 1696 Regent Street
The Community Leadership Engagement Panel discussion will be moderated by Dr. Kevin McCormick, President and Vice-Chancellor of Huntington University, and include the following community builders who have made civic leadership and community service a core value of their organization:
– Mary-Liz Warwick, Chair, Huntington University Board of Directors
– Abbas Homayed, Vice President/ Publisher, Northern Life, Northern Ontario Business & Sudbury Living Magazine Group
– Stephanie Cooke, Executive Director, The Human League Association
Help us launch a new community campaign!
Huntington University and the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce would like your help to take this one step further. It’s great to talk theory about how to become a great corporate citizen, but we are asking if you and your organization would join us in making a real difference in the community, today!
We are looking for the business community to donate “human hours” in support of The Human League and their Breakfast Club for Kids Program. Simply commit a number of hours you are willing to donate. Over the next 12 months, The Human League Association may contact you to invite members of your organization to honour this generous donation, of time and talent, at upcoming events, fund-raisers, etc.
Imagine the impact, if we all made a small donation of time!
1,000,000 of Canadian children go to school hungry. The Human League currently provides funding to local school breakfast and snack programs within the City of Greater Sudbury and Manitoulin District, working directly with other community agencies to ensure adequate funding and support is available to all schools wishing to start a breakfast program for their students.
The Breakfast Club for Kids is a program focused on giving all children an equal opportunity to improve their academic performance by removing the leading barrier to learning: hunger. By feeding children a nutritious morning meal, students have shown marked improvements in and out of the classroom. Teachers have reported; higher attendance, a decrease in behavioral issues, and an increase in leadership skills as a result of the nutrition program.
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