Unexpected help from Dalhousie gave Karen Woolhouse (BSc’65) a life-changing opportunity. Now, with a gift in her will, she’s ensuring others will have the same opportunity she did.
Judy Flecknell (DDS’86) and Jeff Williams (DDS’86) forged strong bonds with Dalhousie and each other. Now they want to honour that connection, and help others through a bequest in their will.
Inspired by the impact of the AC on her life, Sherry Porter is investing in the Agriculture Campus’ next generation of innovators through a gift in her will.
After finding her home at Dalhousie, Laurel King was determined to give back to the next generation of students to ensure that they benefit from the same Dalhousie experience that shaped her.
Hundreds of Dalhousie engineering students have benefited from Lloyd Wickwire’s generosity. He was inspired by his mother’s tenacity and the struggles he and his brothers faced.
Judy Dunn celebrates the impact Dalhousie University has had on her family over the years with the McKenzie-Dunn Foundation. “It was our community, our workplace and a home to us over the years,” says Dunn. “That’s a lot for one university to give.”
“There is no greater honour than to give to your family by giving to your community,” explains Don Mills, MBA’74. “Dalhousie University changed my life forever. Creating the award and including Dalhousie in my will is a legacy that belongs to my family.”
“We have a vision for how we want to make a difference. Our bequest to Dal will see it fulfilled.” – Dr. Jock Murray (MD’63, LLD’13, former dean of medicine) and his wife Janet on giving back to Dal.