The needs have grown, while funding for the services have been cut, and the ability to raise contributions to keep these programs alive is harder. The solutions are jobs and providing the additional support needed to meet the needs of our neighbors and our communities," Secretary-Treasurer Snyder added."The Pennsylvania Wants to Work Day of Action" project is being conducted by Central Labor Councils, AFL-CIO/United Way Labor Liaisons, Local Unions, and Community Services Committees under the coordination of the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO. The listing of "Day of Action" Projects, including the coordinators' contact information, can be viewed on the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO web-site: www.paaflcio.org.
Pennsylvania Wants To Work Day Of Action On Saturday, November 17, 2012
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