Donations

Donations

Unifor 2002 Statement on Donations

Unifor 2002 recognizes that there are a great many opportunities for fund raising that our members are involved with. This donation page has been set up to showcase not only the fundraising that the Executive Board has supported but also those that fall outside our mandate. As a socially involved union, we encourage our members to be involved in, and support, causes that benefit our communities and society.

In Solidarity,
Unifor 2002 Executive Board

  


  

Jeff Hatt is Fighting Cancer

Jeff’s battle with stomach cancer began in 2014. After enduring many intensive rounds of treatment it looked as if he was winning the battle. Unfortunately, in the summer of 2015, the cancer returned and Jeff has been fighting it ever since.

Cancer is a cruel and devastating disease and takes its toll physically, mentally, spiritually and financially. Jeff is not able to work as his days are consumed with doctors, treatments and fatigue.

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BC Health

The BC Health Coalition is a network of individuals and organizations with a shared passion for public health care. Our coalition community is comprised of over 600,000 people in B.C. - and growing.

BCHC has a small, hard-working staff team, a network of dedicated health care policy experts, and many committees of community representatives who support our work.

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In early 2016, the daughter of a Unifor 2002 member went through a double-lung transplant operation.

Help Paige Anderson, former District Chairperson at Jazz District 614 YXE, spread the word about Cystic Fibrosis and organ donation: “Donor donation saved my child's life.”

"WHAT IS CYSTIC FIBROSIS?

Cystic fibrosis is the most common fatal genetic disease affecting Canadian children and young adults. At present, there is no cure."

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"The Canadian National Transplant Research Program is a national research network designed to increase organ and tissue donation in Canada and enhance the survival and quality of life of Canadians who receive transplants."

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