When you make a tribute gift to say thanks or mark a special occasion, or a gift in memory of someone special, you help enhance the quality of education for Humber students. You can choose to direct your gift to any one of Humber College’s eight Academic Schools.
To learn more or notify us that you are planning on requesting gifts in memory or in tribute of someone special, please call us at 416-673-0152 or email us at email@example.com.
This scholarship was created in loving memory of Geoffery Lyon, a beloved Humber hospitality student who passed away suddenly in 2017. His family hopes to recognize students that carry on Geoffrey’s humble personality and passion for helping others.
Jeoff Bull taught at Humber College for almost 15 years. He taught in the General Arts and Science programs when he was first recruited to work with students in both the University and College transfer profiles, assisting them as they transitioned to Humber and inspiring in them a love of learning so that they would then progress on to further post-secondary studies.
Carol Reid, a proud Humber graduate began her teaching career at Humber in the Early Childhood Education program in 1989. From her first day of teaching until her retirement in 2014, Carol’s dedication to students and the community was characterized by her creativity and love of learning.
Don Johnson spent his entire life in the pursuit of excellence. Whether it was in music or golf, whatever he put his mind to he did with the utmost precision. He was often heard saying – If something is worth doing, it is worth doing well or correct.
Bob Nix was born in 1927 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He began his love affair with the trombone in high school, and played actively throughout his university years as well while studying to become an actuary at the University of Manitoba.
Diana Belshaw (Head of Acting) was Director of the Theatre Performance Program for twelve years, as well as founder of the Acting for Film and Television Program at Humber.
Dr. Kira Payne,1965-2016, a professional musician, physician and psychiatrist, lived her life in the pursuit of excellence.
Eda Cucakovich, 1956 – 2014, was a fashion show producer and choreographer who worked in the fashion industry for thirty-seven years.
In honour of the recent passing of Eric Dymond, friends and colleagues at Humber College have established the Eric Dymond Memorial Award.
Gordon L. Goldie, 1925 – 2009, was a fundraising pioneer and helped many clients across Canada run successful campaigns.
The Graham Clarke Scholarship is awarded annually to a student in the Bachelor of Music program who displays "an exceptional commitment to the art of creating and sharing joyful music, and who has an interest in music production and recording".
Hon. Jean Augustine was appointed as the first Fairness Commissioner for Ontario in March 2007.
Joe Kertes is retiring from Humber College this summer after thirty-five years. He began as a professor in Liberal Arts & Sciences, was a Chair in Applied & Creative Arts, became Director of Marketing for the college, and has been Dean of the School of Creative & Performing Arts since 2001.
John Mason retired as the Vice President, Student and Corporate Services in 2013, after a thirty-seven year career at Humber College.
Karen L. Hill, 1958 - 2014, was a passionate creative writer who enjoyed her mentorship at the Humber School for Writers.
Renée Roth was a true trailblazer and a passionate leader in the broadcasting industry.
The Blossom Fund has been established by Humber College’s Vice President of Advancement & External Affairs, Alister Mathieson.