Below are stories of generous donors who are creating unlimited possibilities for Humber students by igniting discovery and innovation, accelerating potential and transforming learning.
The Jeoff Bull Memorial Scholarship will support General Arts and Science University Transfer students to pursue their potential.
Argyle PR/Alison George Scholarship to benefit first-year Bachelor of Public Relations students and community leaders.
New scholarships will support students in the Bachelor of Science – Nursing Program who have a passion for maternal and child health care, just as Terry Philp’s wife, Beverley, did.
The Adam Sura Arborist Apprenticeship Scholarship was established to honour the legacy of an alumnus who had a passion for arboriculture and to support others to follow in his footsteps.
Throughout decades of volunteering and philanthropy, John K. Fenton has offered time, expertise and financial support to Humber College.
Dr. Dan Andreae has made a gift of $350,000 to the Unlimited Campaign, providing emergency bursaries and scholarships that will support students in three faculties.
Mitchell is a recent grad and scholarship recipient who is thankful for the scholarship support that has helped him realize his dreams.
Lorenza Fedele established the Esther Fedele Memorial Award as a tribute to her daughter, Esther.
A $10 million donation from The Barrett Family Foundation is the College’s largest private donation to date.
Ramesh joined Humber almost 19 years ago as a professor and program coordinator.
Anna’s time at Humber originally prepared her for the rigours of the business world.
John Narvali’s commercial photography work takes him all over the globe.
Tammy is a freelance musician and itinerant instrumental music instructor for the Toronto District School Board.