A basic principle of the AFL-CIO Community Services Program
is that the union member is, first and foremost, a citizen of the community who cooperates with other citizens in making the community a good place in which to live, to work, to raise children and to retire. The union member is concerned about
the availability of adequate health and human-care services for the entire community.
From this basic principle, organized labor developed a working relationship with United Way Worldwide that has lasted for
more than 50 years.
Whether organizing a union blood drive, coordinating disaster relief efforts, addressing legislative issues, or attending to the need of disabled persons, the partnership between United Way of Broward County and local labor is powerful and reliable.
Through a partnership of AFL-CIO Community Services Program and United Way, we can:
For additional information, please contact Quettia Isoff, Coordinator, AFL-CIO Community Services Liaison, at 954-453-3734 or email at qisoff@UnitedWayBroward.org.