We are looking for partners to make a commitment to safety by joining our Wolf Pack. By joining the pack, you are committing to the safety and well being of first responders and your own workforce.
WHY A WOLF PACK?
The wolf is the symbol of the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund (JPMF) because it stands for leadership, loyalty and a strong sense of family. These traits are important when it comes to workplace safety and maintaining a culture of safety.
WHAT IT MEANS TO JOIN OUR WOLF PACK
We are seeking individuals, organizations and corporations that will join our Wolf Pack by making a donation of $500 to the JPMF, which is a registered Canadian charity. This donation is not only a strong endorsement of the workplace safety work we’re doing – it’s a commitment to a safer workplace for your employees.
All members of the JPMF Wolf Pack will receive the following safety resources:
GOALS OF THE WOLF PACK
No, we aren’t just going to howl at the moon. The Wolf Pack has several goals, including:
It is our hope to announce that our Wolf Pack is 30 members strong by NAOSH Week 2013. Such an announcement would represent a strong commitment to safety for the JPMF and pack members.
JOIN THE WOLF PACK
Joining our pack is simple. Just make an online donation of $500 (under the designation “Wolf Pack”) or mail a $500 cheque to:
John Petropoulos Memorial Fund
#347, 440 – 10816 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary, AB, T2J 5N8
After we receive your contribution and contact information, you will receive a charitable tax receipt, the safety resources mentioned above and a Wolf Pack Certificate.
If you have questions about this initiative, please contact JPMF Managing Director Ian Wilson at 403-891-4269 or email@example.com
*Safety presentations are free within the Province of Alberta. We will waive speaker fees outside of Alberta, although companies may be responsible for covering the cost of travel and accommodations.
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