Being a union member takes more than just “working union.” The most important element in the future success of the New England Regional Council of Carpenters is membership involvement. The Carpenters Union strives to raise industry standards for all carpenters, and it takes an active membership to achieve this goal. Members can get involved with local politics, attend local planning and zoning meetings, support local politicians and participate in volunteer community activities.
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Local 275 reps attend Mayor's breakfast
Ride with an Angel - 1st Annual Run
Sisters in the Brotherhood Rebuilding Together
May Day gatherings held today, celebrate workers’ rights
International Workers Day Rally May 1st
A Safe Home for Sydni
Volunteers from the Carpenters Union were part of a very special project in South Boston, transforming the home of Sydni Pecevich into a space where she can learn and grow.
Helping Hammers: Hardhats Against Hunger
John Costello has been a member of Carpenters Local 624 since 1983 and has been a steward for most of his career. He is a very proud and active member of his Local. His most recent endeavor is the Hardhats for Hunger food drive he helped organize on a jobsite in Bridgewater, MA. John teamed up with a member of Pipefitters Local 51, Tom Grant, to organize a food drive on the Weygand Hall dormitory project on the campus of Bridgewater State University. They started the drive after the Thanksgiving holiday with the goal of delivering food to a local food pantry, St. Vincent de Paul Society located at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Bridgewater, just days before Christmas. John saw the organization of the food drive as a way to give back to the community he has worked in for so many years.
Kevin Smith, Local 210