Labor Against Cancer

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

Earn a Debt-Free Degree with UFCW

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/

The 2017 Expose Walmart Tour Has Concluded

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/ 

New Women’s Network Childcare Grant Posted!

In order to be considered for a UFCW Women’s Network Region 1 (South) childcare grant, an applicant must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be a member of the UFCW or RWDSU in good standing for one (1) year.
  • Have a dependant child (or children) in need of childcare
  • Parents must work outside of the home
  • Use a qualified child care provider either licensed by the state, or on file with the IRS
  • Grant winners from the prior year are not eligible for the following consecutive year, but may apply in future years.

Completed applications must be mailed by October 31, 2016

Click Here for more details.