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Interrobang articles on the topic of Fundraiser


Rec & leisure students launch second Fit for Care fundraiser
Second-year students in Fanshawe's recreation and leisure services program are moving forward with their second annual Fit for Care fundraiser, despite challenges created by the pandemic. Read this article

From pink to lavender: A decade of ONERUN
ONERUN kicked off their 2020 campaign at Palasad London South on Feb. 4, also known as World Cancer Day. Read this article

Charity concert for Australian bushfires draws local talent
A charity concert is hoping to contribute to Australia's recovery after more than three months of continuous out-of-control wildfires. Read this article

Spinathon raises funds for new wheelchair bicycle
An afternoon spin class raised money towards a wheelchair tandem bike at McCormick Home. Read this article

Get your game on for the Children's Health Foundation
Gamers of all kinds will play games of their choice for 24 hours during the third annual London LAN for Extra Life: Powered by The Factory on Nov. 2. The fundraiser supports the Children's Health Foundation. Read this article

PSF students hold second annual Teddy Bear Drive
Students in the public safety fundamentals program (PSF) at Fanshawe College want their fellow Falcons to give back. Read this article

Sex Toy Bingo raises funds for Bahamas
On Sept. 18, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) hosted its monthly Sex Toy Bingo, but this time for a good cause. Read this article

FSU helping those affected by Hurricane Dorian
You can help those affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas by donating food, hygiene products, and clothing donations. Read this article

FSU begins Hurricane Dorian relief efforts
The Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) will host two fundraisers for those in the Bahamas affected by Hurricane Dorian. Julia Brown, the FSU interim president and finance coordinator, said that several students from the Bahamas told the student union they wanted to raise money for disaster relief. Read this article

Fanshawe student raising donations for Bahamas
A Fanshawe student is asking the College community to donate food and clothing for Bahamians affected by Hurricane Dorian. Read this article

Fanshawe alumna enters Cashmere Collection show
A Fanshawe fashion design program grad is showing her softer side to help raise awareness for breast cancer. Read this article

Cancer survivor runs ninth year for cure
Almost everyone knows someone who has been affected by cancer. For ONERUN founder Theresa Carriere, it was herself and the many people she met along the way of her survivor journey. Read this article

FSU raises funds for MADD's London chapter
The Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) presented a cheque for $7,000 to the London Chapter of MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Canada on April 25. Read this article

Model students plan LDSA fashion fundraiser
Fanshawe students are helping shine light on those with Down syndrome, through a fashion show. Read this article

UPwithArt event finds a new home
A new partnership between Unity Project and Museum London will help to bridge art with community at this year's ninth annual UPwithArt fundraiser. Read this article

Food for a cause: Fanshawe and medical foundation bring Chef Michael Smith to London
Chef Michael Smith will be in London on April 24 and 25 for two special events, one including the Fanshawe Community. Read this article

Fanshawe's Sharing Shop kicks off Share-O-Gram
Amy Romao, the FSU's administrative support services and the co-ordinator of The Sharing Shop, has begun the Sharing Shop's 5th annual Share-O-Gram. Read this article

Polar Plunge asks students to freeze for the Special Olympics
London Police Service (LPS) is hosting a Polar Plunge fundraising event outside Forwell Hall on Feb. 13. Read this article

Princess Program: Making teenage dreams come true
Prom is one of the most memorable nights in many of our lives. Whether it was for the best or the worst. Read this article

Fanshawe cancer survivor to run alongside London youth
Theresa Carriere has already raised $1 million for cancer research and patient care programs in London with her non-profit organization ONERUN, but she won't stop there. Read this article

Progression: Movember is back for another year
Movember, an organization aimed at raising awareness for men's health is held annually in the month of November and is in full swing in London once again this year. Read this article

A fun FSU Glow Run & Paint Party
On Sept. 13, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) will be hosting its third annual charity Glow Run. Read this article

FSU to host Glow Run and after party
On April 19, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) is hosting a Glow Run and after party as one of their final events to conclude another semester full of exciting events for students.  Read this article

Fanshawe makes history with United Way Campaign
Fanshawe's United Way Campaign raised over $100,000 for the eighth consecutive year for a grand total of nearly one million dollars. Read this article

CAISA fashion show Innova breaks own fundraising record
A buzz filled Centennial Hall Friday night as 1,300 audience members waited in anticipation for models to take the stage - treating everyone to a show no one will soon forget. Read this article

Students and staff race RC cars for charity
Fanshawe students and staff members showed off their competitive spirits last Wednesday at the third annual United Way RC Car Races event. The event gave students and staff the opportunity to race RC cars around a race track with the goal of completing a lap with the fastest time. Read this article

London artist designs second fundraising stamp for the Canada Post Community Foundation
Local London artist Andrew Lewis had the opportunity to design this year's Canada Post Community Foundation fundraising stamp. Read this article

London Majors raise awareness for ALS Canuck
The London Majors played more than their usual game against the Hamilton Cardinals on May 19. Read this article

Fanshawe business professor joins Peter Devlin as president for the day
Professor Shannon Webb from the Lawrence Kinlin School of Business joined Peter Devlin as Fanshawe's president for the day on May 24. The day was arranged as the prize for an online silent auction that took place to fundraise for Fanshawe's United Way campaign.  Read this article

FSU donates $2,700 to Crohn's and Colitis Canada
The Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) presented Crohn's and Colitis Canada with a $2,700 cheque on April 20. Focusing on the organization's London, Ont. branch, the funds were raised during the winter semester through the Charity Ball run by Kaisar and a planning committee. Read this article

Rope for Hope: Rappelling to grant wishes
For Londoners, Rope for Hope may only be one thing, and that is to experience the thrill of a lifetime as they rappel from London City Centre; one of the tallest landmarks in London, but more importantly they rappel for a cause. Read this article

Turning back time with fashion
Fanshawe's fashion merchandising students, directed under the marketing and management program are putting on their second big show of the year with Fashion Rewind on March 29 at London Music Hall. Read this article

Fanshawe makes highest contribution to United Way in its history
Fanshawe president Peter Devlin announced that Fanshawe had exceeded its United Way campaign goal. The goal was set at the beginning of the campaign in September 2016 and was exceeded by over a few thousand, reaching a record-setting $115,153. Read this article

FSU participates in Adopt-A-Family
For the past 10 years, Adopt-A-Family has been a large part of the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) at Christmas time. Adopt-A-Family is a cause that supports families in need at Christmas that are struggling financially. Read this article

Sun's out runs out
Instead of hitting the gym or going for a casual stroll in the park, why not enroll you and your friends in a themed run. Read this article

Walk against poverty at the World Partnership Walk
On June 5 at Victoria Park, an afternoon filled with fun, entertainment and food along with the 32nd World Partnership Walk will take place. Read this article

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