Sheri Lowrie

Liam Giles-Hayes, Rita LaCivita, Robert Gordon, Sheri LowrieLiam Giles-Hayes, director programs for United Way Windsor-Essex County, holds the charity’s flag with UWindsor officials Rita LaCivita, vice-president of human resources; president Robert Gordon; and campaign co-chair Sheri Lowrie, prior to sending it up the flagpole outside Chrysler Hall Tower on Monday.

Charity raises flag on campus campaign

Officials from the United Way and the University of Windsor came together Monday to raise the charity’s flag outside Chrysler Hall Tower.

Traci CoreyTraci Corey, director of the Women’s Leadership Institute at Olivet College, will deliver a keynote address at the Women United luncheon, May 8.

Luncheon to unite women in charitable cause

Traci Corey, director of the Women’s Leadership Institute at Olivet College, will deliver a keynote address at the Women United luncheon, May 8.

Vincent Georgie, Sheri Lowrie, Alan WildemanVolunteer Sheri Lowrie (centre) receives congratulations from campaign chair Vincent Georgie and UWindsor president Alan Wildeman for winning a free vacation day in a prize draw at the Annual Giving Program donor appreciation luncheon, Thursday outside the Welcome Centre. (photo by Roy Kang)

Luncheon reception recognizes employee donors

A luncheon Thursday celebrated the successes of the 2017-18 Annual Giving Program, which raised about $333,000 from current and retired employees.

Eric Griggs, Lorraine Goddard, Sheri Lowrie, Susan Stockwell AndrewsThe United Way conferred its “Campaign Hero Award” on the UWindsor team Thursday. From left: Eric Griggs, chair of the central fundraising campaign cabinet; United Way CEO Lorraine Goddard; Sheri Lowrie, co-chair of the UWindsor campaign; Susan Stockwell Andrews of the award sponsor Windsor Family Credit Union.

Charity commends campus contribution to community

The United Way conferred its “Campaign Hero Award” on the UWindsor team Thursday during its “I Believe in my Community” luncheon.