Message from President
As we look back on UFCW Local 152’s accomplishments in its first 10 years, I see a lot to make me proud. In 2005, when the members of UFCW Locals 56 and 1358 voted to merge and create this union, they forged a strong organization capable of meeting the challenges of working people in the 21st century.
Welcome to UFCW Local 152!
Welcome to the new look of UFCW Local 152's website, your home for up-to-date information about your union.
Visit ufcwlocal152.org regularly to stay informed about news in your industry and to get updates on contract negotiations, organizing drives and other union actions and events.
On this site, you can learn about your Local 152's many services, obtain contact information for union departments, download forms and documents, get information about your contract and view online versions of the Unity and Unity Express newsletters.
You can get many of the resources you need for an organizing drive at a non-union location by clicking on the Join Our Union tab on the main menu.
Through the Groups & Organizations link, you can learn about our Women's Network and Retirees Club.
Ufcwlocal152.org also helps you keep in touch with our 1.3 million brothers and sisters in the UFCW International Union with links to information about legislative initiatives, organizing campaigns and contract negotiations nationwide.
Finding your union representative is easy through the Find Your Representative link on the main menu.
Also on this site, you can find links to Local 152's Facebook and YouTube pages, where you can connect with other members and view photos and videos.
Local 152 thrives because of your participation. Check this site often to learn about opportunities to get involved!
News & Announcements
|UFCW Local 152 Irv String Scholarship Fund Dinner|
The 4th Annual Irv R. String Local 152 Scholarship Fund Banquet and Awards Night was a great success. We would like to thank the Committee for a job well done and all of the Sponsors that made this event possible. Below are the ...
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