Hungry? Our fifth Supper Series of the year is happening on Tuesday, November 19th 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 Crohn’s & Colitis & Community Living!
The Crohn’s and Colitis (CC) committee has three primary goals: to raise awareness for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), to raise funds for Crohn's and Colitis Canada, and to provide a support network for Queen’s students who are diagnosed with IBD. In partnership with Crohn's and Colitis Canada’s Kingston chapter, CC hosts educational events for Queen’s students and the Kingston community to increase awareness and decrease stigma surrounding IBD. In addition, the committee organizes a variety of fundraising events such as pumpkin carving, IBD exam care packages, and the annual Gutsy Walk in March. The overall goal of this committee is to foster an inclusive environment and breakdown the stigma surrounding IBD.
The Community Living (CL) club aims to raise awareness about the importance of an inclusive and accessible environment and break down stigmas surrounding living with a disability. The club has two main branches: the Executive committee and the volunteers. The committee is responsible for organizing and executing fundraising and awareness initiatives to raise funds for Community Living Kingston and highlight the importance of an accessible and inclusive environment. In addition to fundraising and raising awareness, the CL club provides a volunteer program between Queen’s students and individuals living with an intellectual disability. The CL volunteer program is unique in that it offers a range of volunteer opportunities. These include: being paired one-on-one with an individual, volunteering in a daycare, or running group activities. Together, ASUS Community Living and Community Living Kingston strive to promote inclusion for everyone, at Queen's and the greater Kingston area.