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Community Service

UNAC/UHCP is committed to helping improve our communities through community service. Our union has a long history of volunteerism—gifts of our labor and professionalism, in direct care, education and money for those in need. See below for some of our latest community service work.

If you’d like to get involved, please email political@unacuhcp.org with the subject line: Community Service.



Coming soon: our 2017 community service video. Please see the video from the recent Backpack Friday joint community service action with non-profit Highly Favored here.


San Diego UNAC/UHCP Members March for Babies

UNAC/UHCP members from the San Diego area participated in the March of Dimes Foundation's March for Babies. This annual effort raises the funding needed to connect NICU babies with the critical treatments and care they receive to ensure the strongest start possible.

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Homeless Women’s Outreach Coalition Launch Was a Huge Success

UNAC/UHCP formed a homeless women’s outreach coalition with Labor Community Services AFL CIO, United Way of Greater Los Angeles, Highly Favored: A Blessing to Others, and G.O.A.L. Advocacy Foundation to help make a difference in the lives of those who are among the most vulnerable members of society.

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KRHCPA Kicks Off Food Drive

Stewards from Kaiser Riverside Health Care Professionals Association (KRHCPA), in partnership with Casa Blanca Home of Neighborly Service, kicked off their food drive at the combined Kaiser steward training on March 8.

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Thank You from House of Ruth Families

With the help of UNAC/UHCP members' generous donations, House of Ruth provided holiday gifts and food for 462 women and children victimized by domestic violence. Read the inspirational thank you notes sent on behalf of families served by House of Ruth.

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KBPRNA Members Show Our Heroes They Are Not Alone

As part of the mission to lift the spirits and meet the evolving needs of first responder, active duty, and veteran communities and to express our appreciation for these heroes, Kaiser Baldwin Park Registered Nurses Association (KBPRNA) collected donations for Operation Gratitude.

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