School of Nursing supports United Way

December 23, 2010

    Catherine Tompkins, right, associate dean of the School of Nursing, presents a cheque for $2,010 to the United Way's Tim Brown at the School's annual holiday celebration in Alumni Memorial Hall.

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After helping to kick off the United Way's fundraising campaign with a sold-out dinner
in the fall, McMaster's School of Nursing has made a year-end donation of $2,010 to
the organization.

The United Way of Burlington and Greater Hamilton supports 137 different
programs and services that prevent and reduce poverty for youth, support seniors and
strengthen neighbourhoods. Last year McMaster's United Way campaign raised more
than $250,000 for these causes.

Read "United
Way provides opportunities for students to give back to community"

Catherine Tompkins, associate dean of the School of Nursing, presented the
cheque on behalf of the School to Tim Brown of the United Way of Burlington and
Greater Hamilton at nursing's annual holiday celebration in Alumni Memorial Hall.

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