Kinsmen donate $52,000 to UFV

The Langley Kinsmen Club has donated $52,000 to the University of the Fraser Valley to establish an award in its name.

Members of the Langley Kinsmen club with UFV president Mark Evered (far right) and UFV development officer Christopher Duffin (far left).

Members of the Langley Kinsmen club with UFV president Mark Evered (far right) and UFV development officer Christopher Duffin (far left).

Staying true to its motto of “serving the community’s greatest needs,” the Langley Kinsmen Club has donated $52,000 to the University of the Fraser Valley to establish an award in its name.

The Kinsmen Club of Langley Endowment Bursary will be available to students who have completed their highest level of education within the Langley School District, have financial need, and can demonstrate a proven commitment to volunteerism and community service.

“The establishment of this award is yet another example how the Kinsmen Club’s commitment to helping others, specifically young people, exemplifies a rich legacy of generosity and giving back to those in need,” said Madeleine Hardin, UFV executive director of development.

To find out how you can help support UFV students, visit www.ufv.ca/giving.