Throughout her life, Pezer has been actively involved in her community and held volunteer and leadership roles with a number of organizations in our city and province. An accomplished athlete, Pezer continues to contribute widely to professional and amateur sports organizations, and has previously served as an advisor and trainer to Canadian curling teams in two Olympic Games.
For over four decades, Pezer has given generously to the U of S as a volunteer and a donor and is the patron member of the Greystone Circle, which honours individuals who will be supporting the university through their estate plans.
"The beauty of philanthropy is that it multiplies," explainedÂ Pezer in a Star Phoenix article earlier this year. "One generous contribution that's managed really well has the potential to multiply down the road. If I give scholarship money toward a student, the benefit down the road is that then that student goes on and does beneficial things - through teaching others, or wherever their career takes them. It just carries down from there."
The Saskatoon community celebrates National Philanthropy Day at a luncheon hosted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals where Chancellor Emerita Pezer will receive an Honoured Supporter Award.
For more information, please contact:
Christy Miller, director, Alumni andÂ Development Communications
University of Saskatchewan