vfghugVolunteer week offers us a chance each year to recognize our many volunteers. We value and appreciate all that you do.

Without you, Threads of Life would not be here. Without you, we wouldn’t have a safe place for families to land following a workplace tragedy.

With your help, we’re making a difference. We are bringing comfort and healing into the lives of hurting families, and we’re carrying a message of prevention to workers and employers.

We believe we’re changing the culture of our country to make workplace tragedy less acceptable.
We still have work to do, but we continue to take steps toward a culture where workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths are no longer considered a cost of doing business.

Today and every day, we’re grateful for your support.
Happy national volunteer week!

National Volunteer Week is April 12-18, 2015 – Our appreciation is year-round!

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Sarah Wheelan

Sarah Wheelan is the Communications Coordinator for Threads of Life. She has a background in health and safety, and has also been personally affected by a workplace tragedy.
Sarah Wheelan
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