Thank you for supporting our 6th Annual Winter Drive
Thank you for supporting Women That Give’s 6th Annual Winter Drive and helping WTG raise funds for our beneficiaries to benefit the disadvantaged kids and their families during the holiday season again this year.
All proceeds benefitted the kids and their families served by our beneficiaries ( VSOP, IHOH, and RMHC).
Thank You to all donors with a special mention of “Jennifer” for her very generous donation, Thank you to our Partners CIBC, AAI, Wayfair, GKWCC, MonstrARTity, and Hon MP Iqra Khalid for helping WTG brighten the holidays for the kids and their families in our communities.
International Day of Elimination of Violence Against Women
Today Nov 25th, marks the start of the 16days of activism against Gender-Based Violence and runs until 10 December, Human Rights Day. WTG joins all working towards ending violence against women. We stand in solidarity with survivors. WTG Team at the official inauguration ceremony
In partnerships, WTG will continue the efforts all year-round to advance the human rights of women from 16 days to 365 days. WTG team will continue its program activities with partners to end gender-based violence.
COVID-19 has presented new challenges and WTG’s call to action continues for partnerships, funding, and collective efforts. Build back better, help women stay safe. Join us and let’s end violence against women together. #endviolenceagainstwomen
This National Philanthropy Day while we recognize and celebrate all who are working towards a common goal of ending VAW and creating economic opportunities for women and girls, there is so much that still needs to be done. WTG’s call to action continues for partnerships.
Today WTG team is celebrating our donors, partners, supporters, volunteers, team members, and friends. Thank you for your support 💕💐 #KindnessMatters
The Domestic Violence at Work portal at University of Western Ontario, was created in partnership with the Government of Canada to help federally-regulated workplaces comply with new legislation (Bill C-65). Bill C-65 recognizes that domestic violence is life-threatening, and that the workplace can be a life-saving support or haven for someone experiencing violence at home. By law, employers must provide training to all employees and have a domestic violence policy in place.
The Domestic Violence at Work portal houses free tools employers can use to comply with Bill C-65. This includes staff training, a workplace policy maker, and a tool to assess risk if an employee discloses domestic violence.
There has been an increase in reports of domestic violence during the Covid-19 pandemic, so it is urgent that workplaces comply.
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