Painters’s union and Urban League team up to revitalize facility ahead of 100th Anniversary
The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 35 are donating time and talent to help revitalize the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts’s worker training facility ahead of the League’s 100th anniversary next year.
ROXBURY, MA – Serving the community for almost 100 years, the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts has helped thousands of area residents start their careers and get the skills and training they need to build a brighter future. With their centennial anniversary approaching, the Urban league put out the call for assistance in updating their facility for a new generation. The Painters from IUPAT District Council 35 answered the call, donating their time, talent and resources to support the Urban League and help revitalize their job training facility with plans to continue their partnership in future projects.
“The Urban League of Eastern New England is a valuable resource in Boston offering pathways to the middle class,” said Jeff Sullivan, Business Manager of IUPAT DC35.
“We are proud of our partnership with the Urban League and look forward to standing with them as they usher in a second-century building better lives for the people of Boston.”
“The Painters Union is stepping up and serving our community,” said William Watkins, Director of Workforce Development at the Urban League. “We are thankful to IUPAT DC35 for providing their great talent and services to the Urban League as we embark on a major renovation project leading up to our 100th anniversary.”