Join hundreds of Concordia faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends for a great cause! It's the 27th annual Concordia Shuffle walkathon — a longstanding university tradition to raise funds for student scholarships and bursaries.
Walk, run or bike the 6.5-km route from the Sir George Williams Campus to the Loyola Campus.
This year's Shuffle also coincides with the world’s largest climate march, which includes an event in Montreal featuring Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist who has made headlines around the globe.
For those who want to support both causes, individuals can raise or donate money to support a brand new undergraduate scholarship for students who demonstrate leadership in response to climate change.
Concordians can also join the Shuffle for the Climate team that will join the climate march at the George-Étienne Cartier monument on the eastern slope of Mount Royal while supporting Concordia at the same time.
The Shuffle for the Climate team — lead by Cassandra Lamontagne, Sustainability Coordinator at Concordia — will leave from Concordia to join thousands at the George-Étienne Cartier Monument at noon on Friday, Sept. 27. If you want to help raise money for the cause but can’t attend the march, you can still join the team and make an online donation.