Trades NL Supports Young Adult Cancer Canada with 5K Donation

For Immediate Release:

September 15th, 2022 – Today, Trades NL has donated 5K to Young Adult Cancer Canada (YACC) as part of their “Energy Shave” Shave for the Brave fundraiser. Trades NL is a Gold Level Sponsor and the donation given is on behalf of Trades NL members from across the province.

Shave for the Brave, YACC’s largest fundraiser is the 2nd annual event citing the energy theme.

“Contributing to the mission of the YACC’s organization is important, considering many of our members are so heavily invested in the cause,” says Trades NL’s Executive Director, Darin King. “We’re very pleased to support Shave for the Brave as a Gold Level Sponsor – so that YACC can continue their critical work, and provide resources and services to those who need it most. We hope this donation will aid the YACC community and give many an opportunity to focus on the health of themselves and/or their loved ones.”

Over the last decade, Trades NL members have donated over $20 Million to various organizations. When our women and men are working, their heavy hearts are giving back to our society.

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Shanelle Clowe
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709-325-1040
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Trades NL is an umbrella labour organization which promotes and coordinates the interests of 16 building and construction trades unions, representing more than 18,000 skilled trades workers in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. For 70 years, our craft continues to construct, fabricate and maintain some of the world’s most complex facilities.

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