Thursday, June 30, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Laborers' Foundation conducts education/outreach at LiUNA! 304. Mayor Jean Quan to meet with workers.
CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE FOR JOBS
CALIFORNIA LABORERS' Legislative Department
CALIFORNIA LABORERS for Equality & Progress
LiUNA!, Local 261
UNITED LABOR BANK
Gold Sponsorship Level
LiUNA!, Local 270
LiUNA!, Local 291
LiUNA!, Local 300
LiUNA!, Local 389
McGUIRE & HESTOR
NIBBI BROTHERS, INC
WEINBERG, ROGER, & ROSENFELD
Silver Sponsorship Level
Many, many thanks to the Event Sponsors and their Friends.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Thank you for celebrating with us and sharing our Mission and objectives. See more pics of our celebration of 43rd Mayor Edwin M. Lee here. State Senator Leland Yee, Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, City Attorney Dennis Herrera, City Assessor Phil Ting, Board President David Chiu, Supervisors Eric Mar, Mark Farrell, Scott Weiner, Malia Cohen, Ross Mirkarimi, John Avalos, College Board Trustees John Rizzo & Chris Jackson, Tim Paulson, Mike Theriault, SF Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White, Commission President Mark Buell, Commission President Francesca Vietor, Senator Art Torres, Mikki Callahan, Martin Gran, Ed Harrington, Phil Ginsburg, Ed Reiskin, Al Casciato, Tom Harrison, Monique Moyer, Jane Morrison, Tom O'Connor, Vitus Leung, Steve Nakajima, Leon Chow, Olga Miranda, Ahsha Safai, Art Gonzalez, Manny Flores, Mike Brown, Rafael Cabrera, Gloria Fauss, Steve Falk, Jim Lazarus, Ken Cleaveland, Rob Black, Rhonda Simmons, Stuart Sunshine, Harlan Kelley, Anita Sanchez, Juliet Lewis, Lisa Seitz-Gruwell, Tom Hsieh, James Bryant, Brajah Norris, Holli Their, Joshua Arce, Esther Marks, Tony Fazio, Meagan Levitan, LiUNA! Vice President Rocco Davis, Fernando Estrada, James Homer, the 3410 SFRPD Apprenticeship class, 10 new construction industry graduates and great Union Members!
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Friday, January 28, 2011
In general, the overarching goal for most special events is to raise the necessary funds to create the infrastructure for our organization to expand and grow. We primarily develop a Job Assistance programs that provide unemployed San Francisco residents support and assistance in the areas of job readiness training, union dues assistance, job placement, unemployment aid, and overall case management.
The Laborers Union Local 261 is a vital and creative force within San Francisco and a leader in maintaining the beauty and infrastructure of our City. LCTF continues this great tradition. We focus our work and training on “cleaning and greening” San Francisco, and as we grow, the Bay Area.
Kindly let us know if you business or group would like a sponorship package to assist the Alliance for Jobs in coordinated efforts with the LCTF, Asian Neighborhood Designs, and A. Philip Randolf Institute in 2011. Your support will help LCTF and partners to continue to prepare hundreds of San Franciscans for employment through economic and green job development programs.
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Emerald Cities Collaborative (ECC) envisions a future in which American cities are the greenest and most equitable in the world, leading the way to natural resource protection and national security, while creating a vital new economic sector.
ECC is a national non-profit organization committed to building a new economy for a new America. ECC is based in Washington, D.C. and operates affiliate offices across the country to advance energy efficiency and sustainable development strategies that also improve job quality, job access and social equity. Our collaborative comprises more than 21 national organizations from all sectors of the economy. By pooling our assets and working together, we are able to build stronger, more resilient communities throughout America’s metropolitan regions. Amid the rapid changes underway within the larger economy, environment and society, ECC offers our local partners training, technical assistance and financing to ensure that regions remain secure, competitive and prosperous.
ECC partners—economic, environmental, and social development organizations—help to re-examine and re-engineer our natural, built and social environments toward a robust and vibrant clean-energy economy. We specialize in high-road energy efficiency strategies with a focus on retrofitting the entire urban building stock. We are engaged, however, in all aspects of infrastructure and natural resource development. This involves creating the economic, physical and civic infrastructure that protects our communities against natural resource depletion and environmental disasters, while promoting a more diverse, locally based economy that intentionally includes all races, ethnicities and classes as civic planners and beneficiaries of the new green economy.