Union Plus

Union Plus is brought to you by Union Privilege, established by the AFL-CIO to provide consumer benefits to members and retirees of participating labor unions. Learn More
Union Members & Families: Get Special Union Deals Now! Never Show Again Close
Union Plus
Union Members & Families: Get Special Deals Now!
Fill in below to take advantage of special union discounts and benefits

Select Your Union:

Select Your Occupation

Are You a Union Plus Cardholder?

View Privacy Policy

Save early for the 22nd annual Letter Carriers' Food Drive on Saturday, May 10

Posted on February 18, 2014
  • print

In the United States, 14.5 percent of U.S. households, nearly 49 million Americans and 15.9 million children, are food insecure. On Saturday, May 10, you can help the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) be part of the solution just by leaving a bag of non-perishable food items by your mailbox!

This year marks the 22nd year of the NALC (National Association of Letter Carriers) "Stamp Out Hunger" national food drive. In 22 years, this food drive has become the nation's largest food drive, with more than 1.3 billion pounds of food delivered to 10,000 communities to help those in need.



Want to help? Simply place non-perishable, non-breakable food items near your mail box for your letter carrier to pick up on Saturday, May 10. The earlier you start saving the more generous you CAN be!


Thanks everyone for your support! Sponsors include:

 photo StampOutHunger_zps2bcda3c9.jpg

  • The National Rural Letter Carriers' Association
  • Valpak
  • United Way Worldwide
  • Campbell Soup
  • U.S. Postal Service
  • Feeding America
  • Uncle Bob's Self Storage
  • AARP and its "Drive to End Hunger" campaign
  • GLS Companies
  • Source Direct Plastic
  • Publix
  • Valassis/Red Plum

Explore Union Plus

Help if you don’t know your union

Your union membership dictates which Union Plus benefits you are eligible to use.

  1. What your national union’s name (not just your local number)? Scroll through the list we have to see if you recognize your union.
  2. What type of work do you do (select your occupation)?
  3. Do you have a union member card or union publication/letter that shows the name of your union? Find something with the name of your union, not just a local number.
  4. Is there a shop steward or work colleague you can ask what the name of your union is? You can even ask your human resources department to tell you the full name of your union?
  5. Do you have a Union Plus Credit Card? If so, the name and logo for your international union should appear on the front of the card.

Union Plus Credit Card

Union members are automatically eligible for their union's Union Plus benefits and you do not need to be a Union Plus Credit Cardholder in order to access your union's Union Plus benefits.

But - if you are a Union Plus Credit Cardholder, you could be eligible for additional discounts.