Site Map Icon
RSS Feed icon
 
 
 
May 27, 2018
Contact Info - Volunteer 
Change of Address Form
Update your email and cell phone numbers to get important IBEW 21 updates, volunteer and become more a more involved Local 21 member and if you moved let us know.  Do it all here!

Organize Today
Learn more about organizing your workplace!

Click Here
<< May 2018 >>
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31
Upcoming Events
Unit 2 Meeting Oak Forest
Jun 12, 2018
6119 W. 147th Oak Forest, IL
Unit 4 Meeting Moline
Jun 13, 2018
IBEW Local #145 1700 52nd Ave.Suite A Moline, IL
Unit 1 Meeting Hillside
Jun 14, 2018
Best Western Hillside 4400 Frontage Rd., Hillside, IL
Unit 7 Meeting Collinsville
Jun 18, 2018
American Legion Post 365 1022 Vandalia Street Collinsville, IL
Unit 6 Meeting Springfield
Jun 19, 2018
IBEW Local #193 3150 Wide Track Dr. Springfield, IL
Important Links
IBEW International
AFL-CIO Blog
Illinois AFL-CIO
Indiana State AFL-CIO
Chicago Federation of Labor
National Labor Relations Board
Attorneys of Goldberg, Weisman & Cairo
APT College
Bell System Memorial
ILCA Insider
Jobs With Justice-Chicago
Jobs With Justice-National
LabourStart
NACTEL Online
UnionPlus Benefits
Union Boot Pro
Union Label
Union Sportsmen Alliance
Dec 01, 2013 - IBEW 21 Days of Giving Kicks-Off Today
Updated On: Jun 17, 2015

IBEW 21 Days of Giving Kicks-Off Today

December 1, 2013

Right now, millions of Americans are struggling with hunger. Often they’re children, hard-working adults and seniors who simply can’t make ends meet and are forced to go without food for several meals, or even days. For 1 in 7 people in the United States, hunger is a reality.

Today, we are beginning “The 21 Days of Giving” to assist those in our communities who need our help. IBEW 21 is partnering with Illinois and Indiana food banks to help fight hunger. Each year they supply food to more than 3 million people in Illinois and Indiana.

The “21 Days of Giving” will run from today through December 21st. We are encouraging everyone to participate. We are asking all members, retirees and “friends of Local 21” to donate and volunteer their time. Stewards and volunteers are setting up areas to deposit food donations; they are also collecting cash donations in all IBEW 21 work locations. We have identified food banks in the communities where you live and work. When the drive is over we’ll need your assistance delivering your donations to the designated drop off locations.


Meet Kate!

Watch Kate's video here.


Donate Online!

If you would like to help IBEW Local 21 fight hunger you can also make donations online. We are using Crowdrise so you can donate to the food banks we are assisting. To make an online donation now please click here.

Your donations will benefit the following food banks:

Central Illinois Food Bank

Eastern Illinois Food Bank

Food Bank of Northwest Indiana

Greater Chicago Food Depository

Northern Illinois Food Bank

Peoria Area Food Bank

River Bend Food Bank

St. Louis Area Foodbank

Chris Lechocki sets up in Hoffman Estates.

Donate Now Here.


Volunteer Today!

If you or others in your work location want to volunteer or know of an organization in your community where Local 21 members can offer their assistance please contact Bob Przybylinski or Dave Webster in the Union hall on exts. 447 & 449 or by email bobp@ibew21.org or dwebster@ibew21.org.

Stay tuned for more information as the 21 Days of Giving continues. We will be sending out email updates about the drive, the organizations we are working with and additional volunteer opportunities. Please like us on Facebook here, and follow us on twitter here, and check out ibew21.org for more “21 Days of Giving News”.

Together we all will make a difference.

Forward this message to a friend or co-worker.
Frontline


Click the image to read
our April 2018 issue.
Read the archives here.

Follow Us!
Facebook icon Twitter icon
Labor Headlines

US labor news headlines from LabourStart

SCOTUS Arbitration Ruling Is Already Screwing Thousands Of Chipotle Workers
Why are so many white-collar professionals in revolt?
Leave a Comment for the Department of State Opposing Extreme Vetting
Unions die. America runs out of fuel.
Trump takes aim at federal bureaucracy with new executive orders rolling back civil-service protections
  Union Plus Benefits  
Connection Failure: This usually happens when the news feed URL is entered incorrectly.
     
 
 
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union 21
Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
Powered By UnionActive™ Login

Visit Unions-America.com!
Click Here For Mobile Version