OAKLAND, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pacific Workers’ Compensation Law Center’s (Pacific Workers’) foundation announced the expansion of its robust community giving program to include the Bay Area Youth EMT Program. This charitable donation aligns with the foundations’ other giving campaigns helping firefighters, first responders, and vulnerable members of their community.
“We are always looking for more ways to support workers. In 2019, we aim to get more involved with other community non-profits and unions.”Tweet this
This year-end charitable donation will fund Bay EMT’s programs helping youth and young adults from underserved communities receive training in emergency medical and fire curriculum and earn their Paramedic and EMT certifications. This program increases employment for at-risk youth and helps improve diversity in local fire departments.
In an effort to serve their community, Pacific Workers’ Community Foundationsupports organizations that provide meals to injured, homeless or struggling people, sponsors events that benefit firefighters and police officers, educates workers on their rights, and provides college scholarships to clients and first responders.
“Pacific Workers’ Compensation’s mission is to help injured workers, and we’re committed to giving back and serving our community. First responders, firefighters, union workers – they build and protect this community,” said Eric Farber, CEO and Chief Legal Officer of Pacific Workers’ Compensation Law Center.
“We are always looking for more ways to support workers. In 2019, we aim to get more involved with other community non-profits and unions.”
About Pacific Workers’ Compensation Law Center
Oakland, California-based Pacific Workers’ is a team of legal experts with more than 75 years of collective experience. They represent individuals who have been injured on the job or have been victims of workplace violence. Pacific Workers’ has a wide clientele including airline & airport employees, auto workers, business professionals, firefighters, hospital workers, industrial workers, police officers, union workers, restaurant employees, among others.
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