United Way and organized labor share a history of partnership dating back to World War II. Helping to build a healthier community is not only a union tradition – it’s the mission of United Way.
Contributing time, skills and money, union members help to make a huge difference in our community through United Way. Labor leaders serve on the United Way Executive Board, Regional Auxiliary Boards and Allocation Committees, as well as coordinate community service projects and volunteer at many of our United Way agencies.
Trap Shoot and BBQ
Join us for a day of fun and fundraising as we reach our $25,000 goal to benefit United Way of Greater St. Louis. United Way gives back more than $1M each week into our communities by funding 170 agencies helping people in our bi-state area.
United Way/ Labor Community Services Liaison Program
Through the partnership of United Way of Greater St. Louis with the St. Louis Labor Council, Madison County Federation of Labor and Southwestern Illinois Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, more than 600 families receive confidential help each year from the United Way staff of Labor Liaisons. Help is just a phone call away for union members who seek guidance and referral to labor and community resources.Learn more about community and job resources