A 501(c)(3) Nonprofit
For more than 20 years, the San Mateo County Union Community Alliance (SMCUCA) has worked to enhance the quality of life for all workers and their families in San Mateo County through programs and partnerships with labor unions, community organizations, and government, designed to support quality jobs, ensure community health, and create shared economic prosperity. SMCUCA is the 501c3 nonprofit arm of the San Mateo Labor Council.
Julie Lind, Executive Officer of the San Mateo Labor Council and SMCUCA Board Chairperson
Jenni Almeida, SMCUCA Fiscal Administrator and TIP Program Manager
Rosa Shields, United Way Labor Liaison and San Mateo Labor Council Community Services Director
The Trades Introduction Program is a 120-hr certificated apprenticeship readiness program focused on helping underserved populations, at-risk youth, and women on their path to a career in the union building trades.
In cooperation with Second Harvest Food Bank, the San Mateo Labor Council, United Way, and other labor and community partners, SMCUCA helps coordinate a bi-monthly food distribution in Burlingame, CA every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. The only exceptions are November and December, which are the first Thursday of the month only. For more information, please contact Rosa Shields: firstname.lastname@example.org
The San Mateo County Union Community Alliance, via the Labor Council Community Services Director, has provided emergency financial assistance to union members in crisis since 2005. Providing support to working families in San Mateo County is at the core of our nonprofit. If you would like to donate in toward these efforts, please follow the link below.