Canisius Giving Day – our annual 24-hour online celebration of school spirit and giving – is Wednesday, April 6, just TWO WEEKS away!
This afternoon we will unveil the official campaign video to alumni, parents and friends via an Email announcement from Marya Propis ’91, chair of the Institutional Advancement Committee of the Board of Trustees. Before we share the spirit-filled video externally, we wanted faculty and staff to be amongst the first to preview it. We hope you enjoy it!
On April 6, watch the day unfold on the officialGiving Daysite and across the college’s social media channels!
#CanisiusGivingDay is on April 6! Give early and receive a Canisius branded t-shirt, designed exclusively for Giving Day by Sydney Carlo ’22, president of C-Block and an enthusiastic supporter of the blue & gold.
Faculty and staff who make a Giving Day gift between Wednesday, March 23 – Monday, April 4 will receive a t-shirt.
T-shirts can be picked up Tuesday, April 5 between 10:00 am. – 3:00 p.m. at the George Martin House.
You can make your gift to the Canisius Fund or the area that means the most to you at www.canisiusgivingday.com or via payroll deduction by clicking here. (Note: Only new payroll deduction gifts will count as a Giving Day gift.)
Also, don’t forget to wear your new t-shirt or blue & gold on April 6 and show your Canisius spirit. If you have any questions, Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Canisius Fund Office at Ext. 2712.
We can’t wait to celebrate the spirit of the Canisius community with you on April 6!
The Canisius community is invited to attend a Memorial Mass for Rev. Paul McCarthy, SJ, on Wednesday, April 6 at 1:00 p.m. in Christ the King Chapel. Rev. Jack Mattimore, SJ, will preside and Rev. Benjamin Fiore, SJ, will preach at the Mass. Cantio Sacra will perform.
Father McCarthy passed away on January 18, 2022 at Murray-Weigel Hall on the Fordham campus at the age of 97. He came to Canisius in 1960 as a chemistry professor and spent his entire teaching career at the college. Father McCarthy spent nearly two decades as associate pastor of St. Thomas More parish in Salt Lake City after he retired from teaching. He moved to Murray-Weigel at the age of 90.
Read Father McCarthy’s full obituary from The Buffalo Newshere.
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