Canadian Web Hosting donates $5,000 to Union Gospel Mission
It was losing a family member to drug abuse that inspired Tony Chu, CEO of Canadianwebhosting.com, to donate $5,000 on behalf of his company to Union Gospel Mission. While his family member is now gone, Chu's vision is to help others who are up against similar challenges rise above their current predicament.
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) March 3, 2009 -- It was losing a family member to drug abuse that inspired Tony Chu, CEO of Canadianwebhosting.com (www.Canadianwebhosting.com), to donate $5,000 on behalf of his company to Union Gospel Mission. While his family member is now gone, Chu's vision is to help others who are up against similar challenges rise above their current predicament.
"I understand what our homeless brothers and sisters go through day after day," explains Chu. "That is why we have chosen Union Gospel Mission as our charity of choice. I wish to thank UGM for their dedication and hard work as they help people get back on their feet and rebuild their lives."
In addition to emergency and prevention assistance, UGM has alcohol recovery programs for both men (in Vancouver) and women (in Mission).
Founded in 1998, Canadianwebhosting.com (www.Canadianwebhosting.com) is a privately-held web hosting company focusing on customer care. Canadianwebhosting.com provides 24/7/365 support through Toll-free telephone, email and live online chat. The company is based in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Union Gospel Mission has been reaching hungry, hurting and homeless men, women, youth and children for nearly 70 years. Through its 12 locations in Metro Vancouver and the city of Mission, UGM provides counseling, education, safe housing, and alcohol and drug recovery to those struggling with poverty, homelessness and addiction.
To find out how to make a difference in the lives of people affected by homelessness, poverty and addiction in Metro Vancouver visit Union Gospel Mission's website www.ugm.ca.
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