Our Members

Working In The Community

Are you or your organization involved in local community fundraising or charity work? Send us the details at webmaster@teamsters938.org and it might be highlighted on this web site page.

Teamsters Local 938 recognizes the importance of supporting those organizations and individuals throughout our community in their time of need and make donations on behalf of our membership throughout the year. Some of the organizations that have benefitted recently from your financial support include:

  • Variety Village
  • Hamilton Food Share
  • The people affected by Hurricanes Irma & Marie in Puerto Rico.
  • Royal Canadian Legion
  • The people affected by the 2013Calgary Flood
  • The people affected by the 2013 Train Derailment Disaster in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec
  • Ride for Cancer
  • “Light up the Night” event in support of Autism
  • Victim Services of Peel
  • Kid’s Help Phone
  • “Under the Umbrella” event in support of Autism
  • “CIBC Run for the Cure”
  • Interim Place
  • Community Living Oakville
  • James R. Hoffa Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • IBT Disaster Relief Fund in support of Teamster members affected by Hurricane Sandy
  • United Way
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Starlight Children's Foundation
  • Kingsway Community Life Centre
  • Canadian Red Cross
  • MADD Canada
  • Food for Kids Foundation

Teamsters Canada Youth Committee Support Youth Homelessness

Local 938 Trustee Mike Broderick and his committee member Harjinder Badial were pleased to present a cheque from their fundraising campaign this year for $11,250 to “Raising The Roof” Executive Maureen Gallagher recently.Since 1996, Raising The Roof has brought national attention to the issues of homelessness through programs that are focused on awareness and understanding while engaging individuals, communities and the private sector on finding solutions. The organizations signature annual national toque campaign benefits grassroots community agencies that help homeless people in cities and towns across Canada. Congratulations to the Teamsters Canada Youth Committee for their successful campaign.

Over 165 golfers joined together to raise $106,000 in the Ontario Teamsters Invitation Golf Tournament for the kids at Variety Village on June 7th at the Carrying Place Golf & Country Club. Joining the group from Local 938 were:


Pepsico Members Colin Nash, James Cheetham and John Doiron


Pepsico Members Greg More, Kevin Pocklington and Paul Merry


Local 938 Business Agent Robert McAulay, Local 938 Trustee Vince Johnson and Perry Tepperson from Leith Wheeler Investments


Local 938 Secretary Treasurer Bob Miles, Local 938 Business Agents, Stuart Villeneuve and Rick Davie



Representing Ryerson Canada, Kerry Thornborrow, Randy Skinner, Mickey Kuchar and Carlos Rapos



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