The scholarship committee of the University Women’s Club (Toronto) Foundation is responsible for developing relationships with target schools in the Toronto District School Board to identify candidates in need of financial support for post-secondary education.


scholarship recipients

We are presently supporting two students from Iqaluit.

Emily Ann Niego

Anna Lambe is working towards a Bachelor of International Development and Globalization Coop Program at the University of Ottawa.

 
 Emily Ann Niego

Emily Ann Niego

 Anna Lamb

Anna Lamb


Other Financial Assistance

We’ve also given a grant of $9,200, via Innis College, to provide residence for a young woman from a background of need.

 Jane & Susan present a cheque to Innis College Principal Charlie Keil & Ennis Blentic

Jane & Susan present a cheque to Innis College Principal Charlie Keil & Ennis Blentic


UWC (Toronto) Foundation Board

 Marianne Anderson, President UWC (Toronto) Foundation

Marianne Anderson, President UWC (Toronto) Foundation

The board members of the UWC Toronto Foundation are

  • Marianne Anderson, President

  • Talisha Ramsaroop Vice-Pres

  • Kathy Nolan-Garner, Treasurer 

  • Penny Vincent, Secretary

  • Doris Geddes, Director

  • Susan Freeman, Director  

    Additional UWC members are invited to contribute to the work of the Foundation as members of the UWC Charitable Activities Committee.


past activities

UWC’s annual donation to the Heritage Fund for scholarships has been approximately $30,000.  Further donations have been made by the UWC to Iqaluit students, Indspire, Sistering, Innis College and Romero House from the Board’s discretionary fund, fundraising and the charitable activities work.

In the past, the Heritage Fund was responsible for the distribution of UWC and its members’ donations to scholarship recipients. The Heritage Fund, represented by UWC members Deborah Maw, Mary Sauriol and Glad Bryce and former UWC member Heather Pearce, made a decision in February 2018 to wind down over the next two years.  Heritage Fund plans for the dispersal of the remaining scholarship money, held in their trust, are unavailable.  

In November 2017 the UWC gave the Heritage Fund $30,000, some part of which has been used for the undergraduate scholarships and awards of $1000 - $2000 to high school graduates, college and university students.  As well, the Heritage Fund donated $10,000 to the Mary Sauriol post graduate prize in Physiotherapy in 2018.