United Way flag flying outside Chrysler Hall TowerUWindsor faculty and staff can learn more about the United Way’s efforts to fight childhood poverty at campus lunch-and-learns sessions.

Lunch and learn sessions to explore opportunities for charity

Lunch sessions over the next couple of weeks will educate UWindsor faculty and staff about some of the United Way programs fighting child poverty in Windsor-Essex.

An Emerging Philanthropists lunch-and-learn on Tuesday, Nov. 12, is aimed at employees in their 20s and 30s. Set for noon in Vanier Hall’s Oak Room, it will offer information on the #unignorable campaign from the perspective of a child growing up in poverty, and how you can help.

A session for Women United on Tuesday, Nov. 19, in Katzman Lounge, Vanier Hall, will discuss the On Track to Success program and how it is building secure futures for at-risk children. Current members of Women United will offer testimonials about their contributions to reducing local poverty.

A free lunch will be served at both events. For more details or to RSVP, email Sheri Lowrie at sherio@uwindsor.ca.