Funds raised through the NJC Annual Fund are used to pay for necessary advancements such as campus and infrastructure improvements, bursaries and scholarships, and the sustainability that an endowment provides.
The most efficient way to make a contribution is to donate online or to mail a cheque with the benefitting program noted in the memo field. Cheques should be made out to “The Neuchâtel Junior College Fund” and mailed to:
Sarah Morison, Director of Advancement
The Neuchâtel Junior College Fund
1310-44 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON M5C 1Y2
There are several other creative ways to help support Neuchâtel Junior College and one is sure to work for you:
Host a class reunion and use the opportunity to champion a NJC cause that is meaningful to you and your friends
Join as a monthly donor
Create a named scholarship in someone’s honour
Name Neuchâtel Junior College in your will
Ask your family foundation to consider a gift to the school
Donate air miles so that we can decrease one of our highest expenses
Find out if you employer matches contributions and make a request to double your impact
Learn more about making a contribution to Neuchâtel Junior College here or to learn more about which option is right for you, please contact Sarah Morison ’91, Director of Advancement at 1.800.263.2923 x223 or email@example.com.
Yes – gifts of any amount are important to us. We need your help to maintain and advance our exceptional school. What’s more, your annual donation reflects the value you place on the time you spent at NJC and encourages others to give.
Yes. You may direct your donation to bursaries, scholarships, campus and infrastructre improvements, or the endowment. We also have a category known as “The Head of School Fund” which allows us to direct your donation to have the greatest impact.
You may be surprised to learn that our endowment is just over $500,000. In the past, NJC has focused on meeting immediate financial needs. Today, we are working to build the endowment fund to secure the financial future of the College. If you would like to learn more about our plans for the Endowment Fund, please contact the Advancement Department.
The major benefactor or a group of contributors decide on the name of their Fund. You may establish a fund in your own name or you might name it in honour of a friend, family member, classmate or a favourite teacher.
Some donors choose to designate a particular interest in the criteria such as recruitment of candidates who have a specific academic interest or hail from the same city or town as the donor. We invite all donors to participate in establishing the scholarship criteria by expressing their intentions for the award. After a discussion, the Director of Advancement will draft a term sheet according to your specifications and present it for collaboration and approval.
The major contributor to each fund is notified annually, in the late winter or early spring, once the candidate has signed their award or bursary agreement. You will be informed of the name and hometown of the recipient, as well as the amount of the award or bursary and status of the fund. Your scholarship will also be recognized in our donor listings, unless you wish to remain anonymous.
A named fund may be established with a minimum contribution of $50,000 to The Neuchâtel Junior College Fund. This may be offered as a lump sum or you may establish your fund with an initial instalment of $10,000 followed by 4 yearly instalments of the same amount.