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October 22, 2009

Educator proud to support education at Western

Malcolm McLean and his family have a strong connection to the University and he feels it’s important to donate to his alma mater.

The 1971 graduate received his Diploma in Education from the Faculty of Education and has been teaching ever since. Currently he is at Nicholas Wilson Elementary School in London where he is teaching a Grade 6/7 split. Malcolm says his father and uncle graduated from Western in the 1930’s and his two older daughters also graduated from the University. In addition to his strong family ties to Western, he notes he has met many great friends and colleagues through the University.

It’s his connection and commitment to Western that has Malcolm wanting to help the University financially.

“Small contributions will never get your name on a building, but you know in your heart you’ve done the right thing,” says Malcolm, who has been making monthly donations since 2008 and has committed to donating for several more years.

Malcolm recognizes the need to support education and says he wants to see the university-of-the-future offer the same opportunities he and his family have had.

He notes that supporting The Western Fund is important because it allows Western to have the flexibility to use the money where it is needed most and doesn’t lock it in one tiny corner.

“The University has been such integral part in our community and it needs a whole bunch of little contributions to continue to thrive,” adds Malcolm. “I love driving through the campus and seeing the buildings and students. It gives me a real sense of satisfaction and importance knowing that I am helping the people and institution with my small contribution.”


This article appeared in the 2009 edition of Annual Impact
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