Join us for this exclusive event that brings together donors, students and supporters to celebrate the impact and success of United Way’s On Track to Success Program.
By Invitation Only. RSVP by Tuesday, May 23 2023 at 4:00 pm.
Guest Arrival: Doors open at 5:15 pm | Meet the Students: 5:30 pm – 6 pm
Meet Grade 9 through Grade 12 students who are participating in the On Track to Success Program, as well as some program graduates.
Dinner & Program: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
During our presentation, which will be emceed by On Track to Success students, you’ll hear what makes the program special and be inspired by students and their accomplishments over the past year.
- Recommended attire: Business Casual
- Free onsite parking
- Cash bar
- Photo opportunities available
Guests will be seated with a mix of other guests, staff and students at tables of 8.
Questions | Jessica Fazio 519-259-6152 | email@example.com
- Penne With Meat Sauce | Vegetarian: Penne Alfredo
- House Salad
- Roast Breast of Chicken | Vegetarian: Eggplant Parmesan
- Stem on Carrots
- Platter of Assorted Pastries
Options available for special dietary needs. Vegetarian Option: Eggplant Parmesan; Gluten Free; Halal
Thank You to our Generous Sponsors:
On Track to Success
Unlocking Youth Potential
The On Track to Success program wraps support around a young person and their family to help them graduate high school and go on to college, university or a trade.
Cradle to Career Milestones:
Ready to Graduate High School
Young Adults Who Are Employed
Students enrolled in the On Track to Success program will have the opportunity to earn up to $4,000 for post-secondary education. They’ll also have access to services including tutoring, individualized support, social and recreational activities, and volunteer, career and social mentoring opportunities.
Opportunities to Connect With the Students You Support
We are fortunate to have many generous donors who are willing to invest $5,000 in supporting a student each year. Many donors support multiple students, or sponsor a student spanning their entire high school education. There are opportunities for those donors to meet students and learn about their aspirations and provide mentorship.