ICHW is seeking members to help support its operations and activities. The ICHW is housed within the University of California, Berkeley, and operates independently as a non-profit under the banner of the University of California. Contributions to the ICHW are fully tax-deductible. Checks should be written to “Regents of the University of California” with “ICHW” on the notes line to indicate that they will be assigned to the Center. Thank you for your generous support.
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You will be redirected to the ICHWs’ “Give to Cal” web page hosted by our fiscal sponsor, UC Berkeley.
Please make checks out to “UC Regents”, and designate to be given to “Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces”.
Donations can be mailed to:Cristina Banks
545 Student Services Bldg #1900
Haas School of Business
University of California
Berkeley CA 94720-1900
Here's how your support will help advance the mission of the Center:
$15,000 will support one graduate student from any discipline for one semester to conduct ground-breaking research with one of our core researchers, all experts in their fields.
$6,000 will support a part-time undergraduate student assistant for one year to gain valuable research experience -- often their first exposure to research and/or translating research to practice.
$2,500 will support the development of tools to assist the public's understanding of how to promote health and well-being in their workplaces.
$1,000 will support a speaker in our Science to Practice Conference Series -- a series aimed at presenting a dynamic view of a workplace issues by experts from academia and practice presenting integrated solutions.
$500 will contribute to the support of a research project.
$100 will help defray expenses for researcher attendance at professional conferences.
$50 will help defray expenses associated with working meetings with core researchers to plan research projects.
HealthyWorkplaces would be appropriate for receipt of Cy Pres funds in the following types of class action lawsuits:
- Wage and hour violations (misclassification, overtime, off-the-clock work, minimum wage)
- Race, Gender, Religion, Disability, Pregnancy, Veterans, National Origin, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Gender Expression and Age discrimination in hiring, termination, advancement, compensation, vacation and other employment decisions
- Toxic material spills, releases, and exposures
- Occupational health and safety violations
- Genetic information
- Reasonable accommodation claims
- Sexual harassment, hostile work environment claims
- Workers compensation claims
- Work-related accidents and injuries
- Work-related diseases and death claims
- Wrongful termination claims
- Retaliation claims
- Meal and rest breaks violations
- Leaves of absence, PTO
- Hate crimes, workplace violence
- NLRB violations
- Social network violations
- Whistleblower claims
- First Amendment rights violations
- Collective bargaining agreements
- Equal Protection Clause violations