Community Services

DOWNLOAD the 2015 PA AFL-CIO Community Services Week of Action Toolkit

To revitalize American communities, workers must address massive economic shifts that have occurred in the last 20 years.  These economic shifts have removed the “ladder of opportunity” and replaced it with a deepening “well of dependence” where workers and their families must rely on the goodwill of others to survive.  Dedicated leadership and creative approaches are needed to bring forth a new labor vision within our communities realizing that each community has a unique combination of assets on which to build their future.

The mission of the AFL-CIO is to improve the lives of working families—to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to our nation.  To accomplish this mission we will build and change the American labor movement… (Read More)

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The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO Concludes Annual Community Services Meeting

As we enter the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend and holiday, many organizations across the Commonwealth are engaging in community service projects and focused on improving the collective life of those around them.  The labor movement is no different.  On January 12-13, Community Services Labor Liaisons from across the state met to discuss the projects of the past year and their plans for the year ahead.  Read More
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Labor Day Events Across Pennsylvania

Labor Day is a day to honor working people and the contributions we make to our country.  As we celebrate this weekend with our families and friends, we must keep in mind that there are many workers in this country who will not be so fortunate.  Read More
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The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO 57th Annual Community Services Institute

The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO hosted our 57th Annual Community Services Institute in Pittsburgh this past week, where President Rick Bloomingdale welcomed everyone to the opening session. In his speech he underlined the importance of individuals attending annual community services institute. Later on, the President of the Allegheny County CLC, Jack Shea, spoke. Read More