Protein for People Community Forum

New Westminster & District Labour Council Protein for People Community Forum Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 1-4 pm Eric Langton Elementary School 12138 Edge Street Maple Ridge, BC Free BBQ courtesy of Maple Ridge Firefighters, IAFF Local 4449 Free Carnival games/crafts/races with the generous assistance of the Douglas College Men’s and Women’s basketball teams Free … Read more

2015 “Union Purchase” Offering Now Available With Revised Pricing!

  Ready for Orders With Revised Pricing! Protein for People are proud of the success of our new Union Purchase Program that allows unions to purchase low-cost, high-value, shelf-stable, union-labeled protein for their local food banks.  Check out our 2015 revised pricing offer for just $0.90 per can. Yes!… only $0.90 per can! Click here … Read more

2013 Annual Report

                          Protein for People Project BC Labour Unions Reaching into the Community    Annual Report  June 20, 2013   Organized labour is proud of its historical role in improving the quality of life for union members, and society at large.  Protein for People … Read more

Protein for People Helps end National Hunger Awareness Week on a High Note

(Burnaby, BC) – Protein for People is proud to announce the delivery of $87,226.00 worth of canned, prime BC pink salmon to food banks throughout the province of British Columbia today. “The difficult part,” says John Radosevic, President of Protein for People, “is that even with the donation of those 81,000 cans, the need is still much greater. In acountry as rich as Canada it’s unacceptable to see people lining up for food. It’s a poor reflection … Read more

Great Catch for area Food Banks

The North Okanagan Labour Council purchased and donated canned salmon from Protein for People, for our four Food Banks in the Okanagan. Approximately 357 cases of salmon (valued at $8,000) were delivered.  Protein for People is a community outreach project by BC Unions. “We are thrilled to receive this shipment” says Vonnie Lavers, Executive Director for the Kelowna Community Food … Read more

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