The new Voice of Local 1360 has been released! Check out the special election day edition today.The Voice of Local 1360
As we have all seen, Hurricane Harvey has swept through the gulf coast and devastated Houston and other coastal cities and towns. Among the millions impacted by this storm are over 15,000 hard-working UFCW members and their families. They are in urgent need of temporary shelter, clothes, fresh food, and other daily essentials.
We know these members and their families are struggling; but rest assured, they will not struggle alone.
UFCW Local Unions and the International have already launched a fundraising drive that will provide vital financial assistance to all members impacted by this disaster. We are working with community partners and employers to provide additional assistance. And, we have also heard from members just like you as to what they can do to help.
If you would like to donate to the Local 455’s Membership Assistance Fund, www.ufcw.org/harvey-relief
Because of your efforts and the efforts of Local Unions across the country, the UFCW raised over $1 million to help those affected by Hurricane Katrina. As we did then, any money raised will be distributed to members and families in need.
Thank you for helping our fellow UFCW members in this time of need, and for all you do for our union family and yours.
No-cost college, no placement exams, and a flexible schedule that fits your life – if that sounds like a dream come true, it is. When you’re a UFCW member or family member with a high school degree or GED, it’s easy to turn your dreams into reality.Because of your UFCW membership, you and your family members can earn an associate degree online from a public, accredited community college – with no out-of-pocket costs to you. Check out http://www.ufcw.org/college/
Below is a post from the New Jerseyans for a Better Tomorrow.
First Choice Lending of New Jersey
Mortgage Program for Union Members
The 2017 Expose Walmart tour is a 22 state, 30+ city cross-country tour that will expose the many real stories of Walmart’s low wages, poor benefits, taxpayer-subsidized costs, and other negative community impacts. The tour kicks off in Phoenix, AZ on May 15th and ends at Walmart’s annual shareholder meeting in Fayetteville, AR on June 2nd. The tour will feature American workers, Walmart employees, community groups, elected officials, and leaders coming together to propose real solutions to the ‘Walmart-ization’ that is hurting our economy, costing taxpayers, and destroying our jobs.
For more information, pictures, and videos from the 2017 Expose Walmart Tour go to http://changewalmart.org/exposewalmart/
To all UFCW Local 1360 Retirees. Our Retirees Club meets the first Thursday of each month at Local 1360’s Union Hall (400 Commerce Ln, West Berlin, NJ 08091). Every meeting starts at 10am. They meet for lunch and plan trips and events. This is a great way to keep busy, see old buddies, and make some new friends. They are always looking for new retirees to join the group. Please feel free to come out and give it a try!