USMWF strives to educate the public of importance of workplace incidents.
WORKERS' MEMORIAL DAY
This is a day that we as a Nation will come together to honor and recognize our fallen and injured workers.
We invite you to join us via Facebook LIVE for our first National Workers' Memorial Day Ceremony.
IN MEMORY OF...
Each year throughout the month of April USMWF strives to honor, remember and recognize our fallen workers in a special way.
This year we understand that due to unforeseen circumstances many are living with the fear and worry of COVID-19 along with the frustration and concerns of financial hardships.
Donations are always welcome to light a candle however we all need some normalcy and a little light in our life during this time and we want to help put a smile on your face and in your heart and continue to remember our fallen workers this Workers’ Memorial Day. We will be happy to light a candle for you in memory and honor of your loved one.
This year we will add the names of your loved one on our banner but please know that space is limited on our cover image. Once the space on the cover image has been filled we will continue to add an image with our fallen workers’ names on our main timeline and create candles posting them on our Facebook page so no one will be forgotten.
Please don’t hesitate to connect with us through email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to light a candle and have your loved one’s name recognized this April 1st through Workers’ Memorial Day. We will be happy to light a candle for you in memory and honor of your loved one.
We all know a picture is worth a 1000 words. If you have not shared your loved one's picture or incident and would like too....now is the perfect time because it is that time of year that we honor, remember and recognize our fallen workers around Workers' Memorial Day.
This year will be different we all know that....however we will not let this year go unnoticed and we are doing all that we can to make sure that we honor, remember and recognize our fallen workers.
If you have not we invite you to join our "Faces Campaign" by adding the face of your loved one that you lost due to a workplace incident. Email your photo to email@example.com (subject line: Faces Campaign) with the following information: