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Another big donation to Sault College

NEWS RELEASE SAULT COLLEGE *************************** Chartwells Education Dining Services donates $100,000 to Sault College’s Inspiring Growth Campaign SAULT STE. MARIE - Compass Group Canada Ltd.
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SAULT COLLEGE

*************************** Chartwells Education Dining Services donates $100,000 to Sault College’s Inspiring Growth Campaign

SAULT STE. MARIE - Compass Group Canada Ltd. operating as Chartwells Education Dining Services, supported Sault College’s Inspiring Growth Campaign today with a donation of $100,000.

“As the country’s leading food service provider, Chartwells Education Dining Services supports and encourages charitable initiatives and community investment with our associates and partners in areas where we do business,” states Ross Munro, president, Chartwells. “We are happy to support Sault College in this worthy cause.”

The Inspiring Growth Campaign is the most significant fundraising initiative the College has undertaken in its 45-year history. 

With a $6 million goal, the Inspiring Growth Capital Campaign will contribute to the continued transformation of the campus into a premier post-secondary institution and support student scholarships and bursaries. 

“On behalf of Sault College, I would like to express our sincere gratitude to Compass Group Canada Ltd. and Chartwells Education Dining Services for their generous support of our campaign,” states Boniferro. “As our College’s exclusive provider of on-campus dining services, we are pleased to be partnering in this way.”

Sault College is grateful to all our generous donors to the Inspiring Growth Capital campaign.    *************************** Pictured: Jim Boniferro, chair of the Inspiring Growth Capital Campaign, Tyler Epp, Sault College Student Union president and Dr. Ron Common, president, Sault College accepted a cheque for $100,000 from Ross Munro, and Nora Simm on behalf of Chartwells Education Dining Services and their employees. 



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