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U of T team climbs 1,776 steps of the CN Tower for United Way

Member of the FLC team for the United Way CN Tower Climb


On Saturday, October 22 a University of Toronto team of past and current students in the First-Year Learning Communities (FLC) Program, along with their mentors, and a staff advisor climbed 1,776 stairs to reach the top of the CN Tower. This was the first year the FLC Program participated in the annual CN Tower Climb for United Way. Together, the team raised over $800 to support United Way and its agencies in our community.

United Way Toronto & York Region and FLC provides students with an opportunity to visit a community agency and learn about the valuable services available to the community as part of the FLC Community Learning Program.


Pictured are members of the FLC team: Kaye Calip, Yuying Chen, Michael Coleman, Adam Doyle, Rongqi Liu, Yasaman Mostafair, Zoe Song, and Ainhoa Ugartche Perez.