CUPE BC updates re flooding

CUPE BC Disaster Support | Application Form

CUPE BC has created a Disaster Relief Fund to support CUPE members impacted by recent catastrophic floods and mudslides. Any CUPE members in BC facing hardship due to these events are invited to apply for funding support through their Local. CUPE Locals may request funds on behalf of members by emailing a completed application form (attached) to the CUPE BC Accounting Department (


BC Government | Disaster Financial Assistance Available

Disaster Financial Assistance is now available for eligible British Columbians in Southwest, Central and Southeast areas of the province and Vancouver Island who were affected by flooding and landslides from November 14-16, 2021. This assistance includes all Indigenous communities, electoral areas, and municipalities within the geographical boundaries of these areas. See the following link for more information:

Financial assistance available for people affected by flooding | BC Gov News


United Way | Flood Response Recovery Efforts

United Way BC has established a Flood Response Fund to support critical relief and urgent recovery efforts in the aftermath of devastating flooding. Donations will assist those who are displaced or have lost housing, belongings, or employment, and who have suffered physical or mental health trauma.

United for BC Flood Response:  Donate here

Fraser Valley Flood Response Info: Click here

Hope Flood Response Info:  Click here

If you or someone you know needs help finding resources, dial 2-1-1 or visit  Please share this message so neighbours can get assistance.

 Volunteer Opportunities (In-Person & Remote) – Please click to view United Way BC’s volunteer listing and learn about ways to support the BC Flood Response. Remember you can also apply a filter to view opportunities that match your interests (such as qualifications, distance from your home etc).

In-Person Volunteer Roles: Click here

Remote Volunteer Roles: Click here