COVID-19 UPDATE: Many Hands Project Events Cancellation
Updated: March 24, 2020
For those who have purchased tickets to BurgerFest, A Night in Vegas, or “DRAG” yourself to TRIVIA:
We are currently reviewing our process but options for refunds will be available and will be issued in due time.
Please note that we will be sending out further communications over the next few weeks to ticket-holders, donors, and sponsors.
As Niagara College continues to institute measures to protect the health and safety of our students, employees and our community, while complying with directives from government, our three Many Hands Project events including BurgerFest (March 25), A Night in Vegas (March 27), and “DRAG” yourself to TRIVIA (April 9) are cancelled.
The Niagara College staff is disappointed but we are extremely proud of the hard work and efforts made by all of the Event Management students. We appreciate your patience as we are currently reviewing our process and further updates will be forthcoming.
Applications for our 2019/2020 Many Hands Project are now closed.
We are proud to announce that our 2019/2020 Many Hands Project Recipient is the Education Foundation of Niagara! All funds raised from this year’s project will go towards the creation of student bursaries for DSBN students looking to pursue post-secondary education at Niagara College.
The Many Hands Project is a student-driven community project run by the Event Management Program in the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Sport at Niagara College. The Event Management program students will plan and execute fundraising events throughout the academic year to raise money for the deserving recipient.
Now in its 23rd year, the student-led Many Hands project will provide resources for the much-needed programming that supports Niagara Region’s vulnerable citizens. The value of this project will be approximately $5,000.
To develop community co-operation and pride through volunteer-driven projects aimed at assisting non-profit organizations in the Niagara Region.
|Since 1998, the Many Hands project has supported 23 not-for-profit organizations through renovation and landscaping projects, which raise awareness and enhance program. Past Recipients include: