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SFS is a non-partisan student run organization at Queen’s University that understands the importance of education. With the new OSAP cuts, the Queen's community fears many of our low-income students will struggle or be forced to stop pursuing their education at Queen's. With the help of the Queen’s bursary program and community at large, we can help combat these cuts by donating to our fellow students through the General Bursary Fund


Queen’s has the reputation of being a “rich” school. In many ways this is true. Schools like Queen’s attract some of Canada’s wealthiest families. At Queen's, roughly 50% of students come from families who earn more than $125,000 a year. Whereas last year, 18% of Queen's students received free tuition because they come from families who made under $50,000 a year. This means there are thousands of students at Queen's who rely on OSAP just to be here. Some of them might not know if they are going to be able to come back. 


That is why some fortunate students have decided to use their privilege to fight back, and to pledge their 10% tuition cut to students who will be most affected by these OSAP cuts. SFS wants you to use your privilege to make a difference. Stand up and say "thank you, but no thank you" to these changes. If your parents pay your tuition, reach out to and ask if they would like to spend their 10% savings on your peers in need, because this time, the people who need help are right here at home. They are at your school, they sit beside you in Stauffer, they're in your classes, they are your neighbours, your TA's, your friends, or even your roommates. You know that they deserve to be here too. Let's unify this school by showing students from all backgrounds that we care that they are with us at Queen's. 

If you benefit from your 10% tuition cut and cannot afford to part with it, any donation can make a difference. Even though $5 may not pay off someones tuition, it is enough to show that you care– that Queen's cares– about the success of every member in our community. Every little bit adds up. Your donation is a donation to our collective futures– your  future doctors, scientists, politicians, lawyers, nurses, teachers, and every Queen's University-educated member of society that will go on to make a difference in someone else's life too– regardless of how much money their parents have.


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