United Way of the Lower Mainland
United Way and Labour have shared a valuable partnership for more than 30 years. The Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) and United Way developed a relationship in communities across Canada as one way of ensuring that workers and their families have access to important social services in their community. Labour and United Way are partners in social change. Together, United Way and Labour are improving lives and strengthening communities.
Photos from the 2014 United Way Campaign Labour Breakfast
(From left to right - Melody Mercado, Bob Davis, Terri Van Steinburg and Denise Nielson)
(2014 Campaign Labour Breakfast)
United Way moves families from poverty to possibility, helps kids be all they can be, and builds stronger communities for seniors. They have been helping people in the Lower Mainland for over 80 years. Working with over 150 community partners, they fund about 450 programs each year to create a better future for children, families and seniors.
For more information, please visit the United Way of the Lower Mainland website.