Making a Difference in Our Communities

UAW members always step up – and the Flint water crisis is no exception. This video is dedicated to the dozens of locals and thousands of members who have collected and delivered water to the good people of Flint…

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Check out our brothers and sisters in action! And if you have additional pictures or stories about what you and your local have done for Flint, post in the comments.

(Region 1D)

UAW members have been active in the fight for justice in Flint. This week, hundreds headed to the state capitol to let Governor Snyder know that he needs…

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to get the lead out and fix this crisis he helped create.

(Region 1D)

UAW members take the polar plunge to raise money for Special Olympics. “It takes your breath away, but I’ll do it again!” ‪

(Region 1D, Local 598)

This is for our outstanding retirees! The Roscommon (Michigan) International Area Council holds an annual luncheon for area retirees who volunteer at least six times…

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Then a random person is selected to have his or her name engraved on their platter and hold on to the platter for a year. As active members, they gave so much to strengthen our union, and they continue making a difference after retirement. We couldn’t be prouder! Bonnie Lauria (Region 1D, Local 362)


Jank wanted to know how Silverados are made. Two UAW brothers got the chance to make Jank an autoworker for a day. It’s an open question who got more out of that meeting.

(Region 2B, Local 2209)


A kid with cancer’s wish was to meet the people who make John Deere tractors. What happened when he meets them will bring a tear to your eye.

Lucas DeSpain (Region 4, Local 865)


A hot meal can give you the energy to keep going when all else feels hopeless. UAW local 2031 put that idea into action with a local charity, Daily Bread, where the UAW members…

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both collect food and funds for their pantry, but also work serving meals. (Region 1D, Local 2031)


“The bonds of military duty and union membership make the holidays memorable for UAW Local 1435.

Jay Tayler (Region 2B, Local 1435)


When Carl Greenwood, president of Local 685 in Kokomo, Indiana, was first approached about building a house in a week and a half for the Habitat for Humanity Veteran Build, he thought they had lost their minds.

Carl Greenwood (Region 2B, Local 685)


UAW and VFW give kids a day to remember.

(Region 1D)


UAW members like a challenge, and these Stellantis locals really delivered this Thanksgiving.

‪(Region 1A, Local 372)

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