To all our friends and colleagues that loved and admired Tracey Hubley as we did, we thought you would appreciate the opportunity to support a scholarship that has been created at the University of Prince Edward Island to honour Tracey’s contribution to her communities and ensure that her legacy lives on in perpetuity.
The scholarship will be granted to a student entering their third or fourth year of study in an undergraduate program, with a strong appreciation for the power of public policy to make positive community change, who has combined their academic studies and/or varsity sports with a passion for serving their community. This scholarship is available to students in any faculty that offers undergraduate degree programs. Applicants will provide a statement demonstrating how they meet the criteria.
Please consider a gift to this scholarship fund. How to do so is outlined below:
- Gifts to this scholarship can be made online, via hard mail, or by phone.
- To make a gift online please use the following link: www.upei.ca/donate In the Designate Your Gift space, please select “a designated area or project of my choice” and in the Please specify space note “The Tracey J. Hubley Scholarship endowment”. You can then complete the remainder of the form and submit.
- To make a gift by cheque (hard mail), please make the cheque payable to UPEI and in the memo line note The Tracey J. Hubley Scholarship. It can be mailed to: Attn: Rosemary O’Malley-Keyes, Manager of Donor Relations, Development and Alumni Engagement, UPEI, 550 University Avenue, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4P3
- To pay via credit card, please call Rosemary O’Malley-Keyes at (902) 894-2865 or on her cell at (902) 940-5880. Alternatively, please call Sonja O’Connor at (902) 894-2888.
Every gift will be appreciated and will make a difference to a UPEI student on an annual basis.
Thank you for considering a gift to Tracey’s scholarship fund. It has been set up, with the support and cooperation of the Hubley Family, to help a student that reflects the passion for community that Tracey exemplified throughout her life.