We all know safety makes sense – did you know
it makes cents too?
“Making Cents of Safety” is a chance for Threads of Life members and supporters to make sense – and cents – of safety by contributing to a health and safety culture shift. Donations will support the Threads of Life vision of a world in which workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses are unacceptable. Just set up a change jar and fill it up with loonies, toonies, and other spare change.
How do I get started?
Well, find yourself one or more collections jars, then download, print, and affix a
Making Cents of Safety Label.
A few collection ideas:
- Put a change jar in your safety office or on the shop floor and
encourage people to contribute when they see someone working safely.
- Take up a collection at your joint health and safety meeting.
- Leave a jar in the lunchroom or on the front counter at work and
explain that contributions will support programs such as the Regional
Family Forums, Speakers Bureau, Volunteer Family Guides and the
Threads quarterly newsletter.
- Place a jar on your kitchen table and drop in a quarter when you say
thanks for the meal.
How do I donate my collection?
That’s easy! Simply roll your change and deposit it into your bank account
and send Threads of Life a donation for the same amount.
Your donation will help Canadian families of workplace tragedy.
(CRA charity #87524 8908 RR0001).
For more information on how you can get involved in Making Cents of Safety,
contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888-567-9490.