by Public Relations | Dec 4, 2013 | Alumni, Faculty, Parents, Staff, Students
Donations from the 13th Annual CCPS Holiday Needy Drive will be delivered to Catholic Charities on Monday, December 9 at 9 a.m. We have a room full of toys new and used ready to go along with clothes, TVs, warm blankets, 13 bikes, etc. We have a need for teenage gifts (sweatshirts, hoodies, watch caps, gift cards, etc).
The Ladies of Charity are one of the few holiday charities that include teenager gifts for Christmas morning! Bring your generous gift (cash is welcome) to public safety 24 hours per day- 7 days a week. Thanks!
Submitted: Gary M. Everett, director of public safety
by Public Relations | Dec 4, 2013 | Faculty, Staff
A Christmas Mass will be offered at 11:30 a.m. in Christ the King Chapel on Friday, December 20, followed by the employee Christmas luncheon from noon – 1:30 p.m. in the Peter Gust Economu Dining Hall. Please take this time to visit with and enjoy the company of our college community as we come together to celebrate Christmas and the blessings of our friends and co-workers.
This year, in the spirit of giving, members of the Canisius community attending the events are asked to bring a non-perishable food item(s) to benefit St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy in Buffalo. The items collected will be used for their Food Pantry. St. Luke’s serves between 400-600 people a day in their Dining Room, they own 23 homes in the area for mostly women and children, have two shelters for men, a Mission Mall and a Home School to educate the children they serve. St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy does not receive money from the government or the diocese. Trusting in God’s Divine Providence, the ministry depends on donations from individuals like you. St. Luke’s is one of the college’s community partners.
Drop off bins will be located in the dining hall during the Christmas luncheon. Please help in any way that you can.
No RSVP is necessary and all but essential employees are released to begin their holiday immediately following the luncheon. Happy Holidays!
Submitted by: Lisa Fischer, executive associate to the vice president, Academic Affairs