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Very few British Columbians know that children, seniors and many people with disabilities are considered “worthless” if killed by someone else’s wrongdoing in BC.

Change begins with public awareness.

Your contribution will go towards bringing attention to this important human rights issue across British Columbia. Every little bit helps.

IMPORTANT: Special Message from the Society President

 

I wanted to take a moment to let you know that the BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society is a non-profit that is 100% run by a small team of very passionate unpaid volunteers.

Our Directors have invested hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars of their own personal money towards a brighter more dignified future for British Columbians. They ask for nothing personally in return.

However, the Society does have some small administrative costs, although our biggest expense is being able to advertise and reach more British Columbians just like you.

If you’re able to make a donation today we would so very much appreciate it. It will allow us to reach a much wider audience with this message of immediate need for legislative reform.

 

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*Due to recent government restrictions on the ability of public interest groups to claim charitable status we are unable to issue tax receipts.

 

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Thank you once again for your support.

Sincerely,

The President of The BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society

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