UBC Local 2222 donates to support local Food Banks in Grey, Bruce, Huron, and Perth Counties

UBC Local 2222, a steadfast advocate for community welfare, has demonstrated its commitment to supporting families in need during challenging times by donating a generous sum of $10,000 to four food banks across Grey, Bruce, Huron, and Perth Counties.

Amidst the ongoing challenges faced by families in our communities, UBC Local 2222 recognizes the critical role that food banks play in providing essential support. The donation of $2,500 to each of the selected food banks underscores the union’s dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of those experiencing hardship.

“These are difficult times for many families, and we believe it is our responsibility to give back to the communities that have supported us,” said Ryan Plante, UBC Local 2222 Coordinator. “UBC Local 2222 is proud to contribute $10,000 to support the invaluable work of local food banks in Grey, Bruce, Huron, and Perth Counties. We hope that this donation helps alleviate some of the challenges our neighbours face and reinforces the importance of solidarity during times of need.”

The donation will be distributed equally among the following food banks:

1. Salvation Army Food Bank, serving Grey County

2. Kincardine Ministerial Food Bank, serving Bruce County

3. Huron County Food Bank, serving Huron County

4. Stratford House of Blessing, serving Perth County

Local 2222’s commitment to community service extends beyond the workplace, reflecting a broader dedication to the well-being of the regions it serves. The union believes in the strength of collective action and hopes that this donation inspires others to contribute to local initiatives that support vulnerable community members.