Hungry? Our second Supper Series of the year is happening on Tuesday, October 15th from 5:00pm - 9:00pm. You can order delivery (+ NO DELIVERY COST) from one of your favourite Kingston restaurant’s, Tommy’s!! A portion of the proceeds, as well as all tips on deliveries will go to local organizations!
CALL: (613) 766-6585 to place your delivery
This Supper Series, you will be supporting Lost Paws and Partners in Education!
ASUS Lost Paws (LP) works with local animal rescue organizations, including the Kingston Humane Society and Kingston Animal Rescue, to improve the quality of life of shelter animals. The club’s three main goals are to fundraise, raise awareness, and volunteer in the community. Awareness Week and Critters on Campus are two of the main events that raise funds for these organizations and unite Queen's students with the Kingston community. The events also spread awareness of local animal issues, such as overpopulation, and encourage animal adoption and fostering options. An added benefit of the LP events is that they give students the opportunity to destress through animal interaction. In addition to fundraising efforts, Lost Paws offers a daily opportunities for Queen’s students to volunteer at the Kingston Humane Society to provide socialization and exercise that the animals need to remain healthy and fit for adoption.
Partners in Education (PIE) rests on three pillars: volunteering, fundraising and awareness initiatives. The PIE volunteer program entails working directly with Pathways to Education and their various mentorship programs, including tutoring and active living promotion. The committee aims to assist with the mission of Pathways to Education to break the cycle of poverty for students in Northern Kingston. The committee runs various on- and off-campus fundraising and awareness initiatives with all proceeds going towards the Kingston chapter of Pathways to Education. PIE also aims to bring students from Pathways to Education to the Queen’s campus to engage in experiential and discovery-based learning activities in a post-secondary setting. ASUS Partners in Education strives to start conversations and break down misconceptions about poverty in Kingston and how we can promote equity in our community.