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Applications Are Now Open

On May 6th Unison Benevolent Fund was pleased to announce the activation of the our emergency Financial Assistance program, which will provide discreet, short-term relief to members of the Canadian music industry in times of crisis.
Unison co-founder Catharine Saxberg and Unison Jam host Tom Wilson were joined by Amy Terrill of Music Canada and Derrick Ross of Slaight Music - representatives from two of our founding sponsors – to make the announcement.
To find out more about the Financial Assistance program, application process and eligibility click here.

photo: The Trews and Kim Mitchell at the Unison Jam on May 6, 2015 at the Pheonix Concert Theatre. photo by Barry Roden


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Last week at the Sheraton Centre's Grand Ballroom in Toronto, a sold-out crowd gathered to to honour more than 40 Canadian businesses and individuals at the 2015 Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Awards. Among the honorees was the 2015 recipient of the Allan Slaight Humanitarian Spirit Award, iconic Canadian rocker and activist Bryan Adams.
In his introduction, Gary Slaight said of Adams, “Bryan’s global success didn't just allow him to connect with fans in far off countries, it also opened his eyes to the hardships of life, and the realization that poverty, sickness, illiteracy, and disease all exist around the world as well as here at home.”
We’re honoured that Adams choose to donate a portion of the award to the Unison Benevolent Fund. The 40 thousand dollar award is being split evenly between Unison and The Bryan Adams Foundation.


An Unforgettable Night!
“This organization is both idealistic and clearly more than capable of making its vision a reality… They also know how to throw a world-class party.”Toronto Music Reviews
Featuring live performances by host, Tom Wilson as well as Finger Eleven, Matthew Good, I Mother Earth, Kim Mitchell, K-OS, Madison Violet, Jason McCoy, Tomi Swick, The Trews, and DJ Soul Proprietor, the Unison Jam was our largest event to date and undeniably one of the best nights of Canada Music Week 2015!
Thank you to all of those who donated the incredible silent auctions prizes, the Phoenix Concert Theatre and to our sponsors Canadian Musician Magazine and Jameson Whiskey for making the Unison Jam a reality.


A special thank you to Canadian Music Week who kindly donated a portion of all each ticket purchased for the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Awards gala to Unison Fund again this year!

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Often when we need help the most, it’s the hardest moment to seek it out. Please help Unison be present in the lives of all music industry members by posting on your social media channels and encouraging your friends, colleagues and co-workers to register today!

Created by the Canadian music community,
for the Canadian music community.

The Unison Benevolent Fund is a non-profit organization that provides counselling, emergency relief, and benefit programs for those in the Canadian music community who face personal or professional challenges due to hardship, illness, or economic difficulties. 
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PHONE: 416.479.0675

The Unison Benevolent Fund is a Canadian registered charity. Charitable Registration # 80741 4057 RR0001

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