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UAW and AFSCME Pitch In to Build a Home for a Toledo Family in Need

Union members pitch in for United Way's Week of Caring and help build a home for a Toledo family in need.

Toledo union members pitched in during United Way's Week of Caring to help build a home for a local family. Volunteers, including members of UAW Local 14 and AFSCME Local 544, along with AFL-CIO Labor Community Services liaisons Micheal Alexander and Laura Harrison, joined Habitat for Humanity on the project.

Volunteers, organized through United Way of Greater Toledo, helped install siding on the house. The entire project will take several months to complete. 

See more photos from the United Way of Greater Toledo's Week of Caring 2012

Unions help build home for a Toledo family in need.
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