From "We is bigger than me." a phrase used by management to shake down the workers for charity. Both sentences carry the same threat " pay up or face retaleation." You would think that well off management putting the arm on workers who aren't making it as things are now would be wrong, but as it is for a good cause it is ok.
The clowns up stairs lost over a million bucks last year, I don't think the money they squeezed out of us with their "We is bigger than you " drive covered it.