The Student Philanthropy Council is a new student-driven entity that strives to foster a culture of philanthropy within the Carleton campus community. The Council provides student leaders with the opportunity to develop philanthropic skill sets with development professionals and positively affect change at their alma mater.

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  • 4 Benefits of Implenting New Stadium Bleachers

    October 17, 2017

    Many schools continue to implement stadium bleacher seating within their facilities. Bleachers are often utilized in schools for several reasons. Here are four benefits of having new bleachers in the gymnasium of your school.

  • Five Reasons You Must Receive Dental Services

    October 8, 2017

    This is perhaps the most obvious and important reason to see your Whitby dentist regularly. Everyone knows that losing an adult tooth is a potentially traumatic experience. Losing multiple teeth can ultimately lead to a lot of personal frustration. Even if you invest in a very expensive set of false teeth, you may not be happy with the end results.

  • Top 6 Causes of Debt

    September 19, 2017

    Debt settlement companies negotiate with your creditors so that they reduce the amount of money you owe them. If you are struggling with debts, you need to hire the debt consolidation Sydney offers, to come up with a debt management plan. Here are common causes why people get into debts.

  • Four Groups of People Who May Enjoy the Downtown Loft Lifestyle

    September 16, 2017

    Lofts for sale Toronto are an ideal way to enjoy owning a home without having to spend all of your time taking care of a yard, maintaining the roof and handling all of the other chores that come with an individual home. Lofts are also a great way to be close to the center of the city. If you fall into one of these four groups, it is a good idea to think about buying one of the lofts for sale.

  • Top Four Ways to Optimize Home Furnace Efficiency

    September 13, 2017

    Ensuring that a furnace is kept in good operating condition is a concern that no property owner can afford to neglect. Arranging for a routine inspection can often spare equipment owners the higher costs needed to deal with furnace repair Newmarket in the days ahead. From impaired performance to higher operational costs, addressing the following four issues may prevent any number of problems from developing.

  • 5 Amazing Tools a Plumber Might Use in Your Home

    September 5, 2017

    One of the top reasons to call a plumbing company out to your home as opposed to trying to do repairs on your own is because of all of the tools they will have with them. Vans are fully-equipped with tools and some of the latest technology. Plumber will often have state of the art pumps that are designed to pump out several gallons of water per minute. It makes it easier to diagnose problems and make fast, effective repairs.

  • 5 Situations That Require the Expertise of a Plumber

    August 9, 2017

    There are times when taking care of repairs around the house is fine. The trick is to know when a project can be done with ease and when it requires the expertise of a professional. That’s certainly true when it comes to residential plumbing. Here are five situations that call for the skills that only a professional plumber can bring to the table.

  • Social: Game Night

    January 22, 2017

    Informal meeting/social night, board games: bring in board games, cards, etc. and enjoy a relaxed night of games along with some refreshments and snacks with members of the Council executive and volunteers.
    When: Feb 25th, 7:00pm
    Cost: Free
    Location: RO 617 (Alumni Boardroom)

  • Tabling and Outreach

    January 22, 2017


    We will be available to answer questions and engage students with our upcoming initiatives for CU Cycling. Expect some great prizes and giveaways!
    Friday, November 15th
    Loeb, 9:00A.M. – 3:00P.M.
    Following our #carletongiving initiative, we will be asking what philanthropy means to you. Come by and fill out our Information Survey for a chance at $50!
     
    Wednesday, November 20th and 27th
    Atrium (UC 4th) 9:00A.M. – 3:00P.M.
    Come out to the UC Atrium and win some nice Carleton ...

  • Learning Log Entry by Erica Butler

    January 22, 2017

    Erica Butler (Director, Learning & Organizational Development) shares her experiences with the Carleton Learning Log:
    Philanthropy has become an essential part of how I live my life. Knowing that I’m contributing in a meaningful way to sustaining and advocating for the communities that matter to me is an incomparable feeling. […] Student Philanthropy Council is a great way to get informed and involved, and I sincerely hope that you’ll take the time to find out more about what we do.

  • National Philanthropy Day #NPD

    January 22, 2017


    November 15th was National Philanthropy Day and the SPC was out in the Loeb lobby collecting some Vine clips of what philanthropy means to our very own Ravens! View some of the submissions below and be sure to follow our brand new Vine account!
    For your chance at an iPad, be sure to submit a Vine (or Instagram video) tagged with #carletongiving!
    Thanks to our great volunteers who helped table on Friday – if you are interested in volunteering, ...

  • CU Cycling Fundraiser

    January 22, 2017


    CU Cycling is a cycling group for students, staff, faculty, alumni, and neighbors of Carleton University. We aim to provide an inclusive environment to connect and discuss cycling and cycling-related issues on campus and in the community.
    September 19 2013, CU Cycling coordinated a similar free bike tune-up event at the Cycling and Enviro Fair. With the help of hired mechanics, they serviced 78 bicycles belonging to students, staff and community members. In a collaborative effort of the SPC and CU Cycling, ...