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.
The Labour and United Way partnership involves more than just financial support. Labour representatives volunteer with United Way as members of the United Way Board of Directors Labour Committee, Campaign Labour Committee and as part of the CLC United Way Union Counselling Program. Labour also has input in the decision-making process around policy and allocation of funds.
More information on Labour’s partnership with United Way:
- Labour and United Way Partnership Brochure
- CLC and United Way Partnership Poster
- Unions and United Way flyer
- Statement of Principles
- 10 Basic Principles
- Michael Wayne McDonell Labour Community Services Fund brochure
Find Labour related tools and resources to help you with your United Way Campaign.
Related Labour links you may find of interest:
- BC Federation of Labour
- Canadian Labour Congress
- Canadian Labour Congress – Pacific Region
- New Westminster & District Labour Council
- Vancouver and District Labour Council