Steps for Life 2019 - Barrie / Midland

RELAX GUYS

Welcome to our team home page for
RELAX GUYS!
(memory of Justin Wiilson)

On June 21, 2013, our family received that knock on the door that no one thinks will every actually come to them. There has been a tragic accident, Justin, our son / brother was 29. While working on a flat roof at the Graphite Mine, just north of Huntsville, Justin fell 60 feet through a small hole. Our lives forever changed in a matter of seconds.

We walk in memory of Justin to promote awareness and prevention of workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities.

All funds raised through Steps for Life helps to provide peer support programs and services for families who have suffered as a result of workplace tragedy or life altering injury. Steps for Life also raises awareness about the importance of workplace health and safety


We would love for you to join our RELAX GUYS team in the Steps for Life 5 km walk and help us to support families that have been affected by a workplace tragedy or life altering injuries. So please if you can come walk with us:

Saturday May 4th, 2019 at 11 am
at the Kiwanis Pavilllion in Barrie
Beside Southshore)

Early registration $10.00 by April 1st (After is $15.00)
Children un 13 are free!


If you cannot join us in our walk and would like to make a donation,
please do so by clicking on the RELAX GUYS team "DONATE NOW" Every amount helps!

Steps for Life events not only raise money for these programs, they also aim to educate the community about the devastating ripple effects of each workplace tragedy and how we can work together to prevent others being injured or killed on the job.

There are a thousand ways to make a difference - become a member of our team or click the button to donate today!

Thank you for stepping up for workplace safety! Everyone deserves to come home from work safely!

#walkforsafety. #rememberingjustin

 

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PS. To learn more about how Threads of Life supports families affected by workplace fatalities, life-altering injuries and occupational disease, visit threadsoflife.ca.

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