Report details impact of donor support

Thousands of donors showed their commitment to the University of Windsor last year, contributing more than $4.4 million toward student success, says Jody Maskery, director of advancement services.

“These funds play a large role in helping us to improve the campus as a destination for students from around the world,” she says. “The support of our donors is key to providing the best education for our students and giving our alumni an even greater sense of pride in their alma mater.”

The department’s annual report, entitled Advancing our university, celebrates recent developments on campus and the contributions that make them possible – from scholarship endowments to legacy gifts to in-kind donations of equipment and materials.

“The new report format aims at being as transparent as possible,” says Maskery. “It communicates to our friends and supporters the impact of their investment in our students.”

In addition to messages from UWindsor president Alan Wildeman and vice-president university advancement Jonathan Braniff, the publication highlights student successes, community engagement, and the role of alumni. Read it online.