The New Jersey State AFL-CIO runs the most successful Labor Candidates Program in the country. Since its inception, 968 union members have been elected to offices as diverse as U.S. Congress, state Senate and Assembly, on County Freeholder Boards, in our towns as Mayors, Aldermen, Committee and Council Members, Fire Commissioners and on School Boards across the state. These victories have made life better for all working people in New Jersey by advancing pro-worker causes at every level of government.
None of this would be possible without the Labor Candidates School. This program allows our members to learn from election experts the skills necessary to win a campaign. Skills such as fundraising, research, message development, public speaking, media relations, voter contact, volunteer recruitment, targeting, social media outreach, and get-out-the-vote efforts are invaluable for both incumbent and first-time candidates. The 2018 Labor Candidates School will be held:
Date: Saturday, August 11 & Sunday, August 12, 2018 Place: Rutgers University Continuing Studies Conference Center
Pursuant to the New Jersey State AFL-CIO Labor Candidates Resolution, union members seeking election to public office must secure the support of their local union’s presiding officer who shall then notify the Central Labor Council and the New Jersey State AFL-CIO. All non-incumbent labor candidates are required to graduate from the Labor Candidates School and be reviewed by the Central Labor Council before resources can be earmarked for their election campaign. Each union member seeking election or re-election to public office must complete the Labor Candidates Survey and return it by fax to (609) 989-8734or by email to email@example.com.
We look forward to achieving many more labor candidate’s election successes together.
For more information contact Gregory Quagliato at 1-888-YES-1360 Ext. 309
The Scholarship Fund of UFCW Local 1360 is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 academic year! Deadline: All applications and required documentation must be post marked by April 30, 2018.
In order to qualify for a UFCW Local 1360 scholarship award, you must be a high school graduate planning to continue your education at a college or technical, trade, vocational, or beauty school. In addition, you must be either a Local 1360 member in good standing yourself, or the spouse or dependent child of a member in good standing.
Did you know the leather for every single NFL football, including the ones that will be used in Sunday’s Super Bowl, is crafted in Chicago by members of UFCW Local 1546 at the Horween Leather Company? The hard-working men and women of Horween have been making the leather for every official National Football League ball since the early 1940s. Almost every leather football you see — Wilson, Spalding, Nike, Rawlings, Adidas — began its journey to the field in the hands of a UFCW Local 1546 member.
Mark your calendars!
UFCW Local 1360 will hold our Fifteenth Annual Golf Outing on Wednesday, May 9, 2018.
Come and join us for a day of fun. All of the outing proceeds that come from the registration fees, sponsorships and raffle income are donated to the UFCW International Leukemia Society for continuing research and to the UFCW Local 1360 Scholarship Fund which benefits our members.
The outing is being held at the Ramblewood Country Club at 200 Country Club Parkway, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 (www, ramblewoodcc.com). Registration is from 7:30 am to 8:30 am. During this time you can enjoy a continental breakfast. A shotgun start follows at 8:30 am.
The cost for a UFCW member is $80.00 per golfer. At least one member of a foursome must be a Local 1360 member. The cost for non-members is $200.00 per golfer. Payment must accompany all registrations.
The fee includes 1 8 holes of golf, golf cart, continental breakfast and a terrific barbecue lunch of ribs & chicken, hamburgers & hot dogs with all the fixings. Members and non-members who wish to attend only the lunch may do so at a cost of $35.00 each.
During lunch, we will award prizes for the golfers with the Lowest Team Score, the Closest to the Pin and the Longest Drive. We will also hold a chinese auction to raise additional funds for our charities. Prizes include golf attire, gift certificates, golf balls, TV’s, electronics and much more.
Last Year Winners:
- Closest To The Pin – Rich Mussleman
- Closest To The Pin – Matt Ponist
- Longest Drive Red – Jeff Milligan
- Longest Drive White Jerry Hathaway
- Low Team Score – Joe Ireland, Joe Hoffmann, Andrew Hatala & Mike Egerton.
There are three sponsorship levels: “Gold”, at $2,000, “Silver” at $1,000, and “Bronze” at $500. If a sponsor wishes to help support this charity, please contact Gregory Quagliato, toll free, at 1-888-YES-1360, extension #309 for more details.
Look for posters in your break rooms for more information. Applications can be acquired by calling Gregory Quagliato at the number listed above.
Sign up today! It’s a great deal for some great causes. You don’t want to miss out on this day of golf, food, prizes and lots of fun. We look forward to hearing from you.
In 2018 the UFCW Charity Foundation will award several scholarships, up to $8,000 each, to UFCW members or their unmarried dependents under the age of 20.
For More information, and to find out if you are eligible, please visit:
Check out Orlando Employee Discounts for more details
The new Voice of Local 1360 (January 2018 Edition) has been released! The Voice of Local 1360 January 2018 Edition.
Anyone who’s been affected by cancer knows that more is never enough. That’s why, after thirty-five years of partnership and over $83 million dollars raised, UFCW and The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) are launching Labor Against Cancer, expanding our efforts to raise funds for the battle against blood cancers. Give today and help us end cancer for good! http://bit.ly/2wWLDET
The new Voice of Local 1360 has been released! Check out the special election day edition today.The Voice of Local 1360