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District 2-13 Supports Workers and Families During Pandemic

CWA District 2-13 is proud to highlight the support Locals across the District have given to essential workers and families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our members have been wearing red every Thursday in solidarity with not only our CWA brothers and sisters, but with essential workers across the country. 

Grid with 5 photos of CWA Local 2205 members in red.

CWA Local 2205 members in Virginia wear red to support CWA and essential workers.

CWA Local 2100 in Maryland was recognized earlier this month by Metro Baltimore Council AFL-CIO for their support of the COVID-19 Union Emergency Fund. The Metro Baltimore Council's fund "directly benefits union families in need and those working on the front lines during this crisis." 

Blue graphic by Metro Baltimore Council AFL-CIO thanking CWA Local 2100

Metro Baltimore Council AFL-CIO's graphic thanking CWA Local 2100.

CWA Local 2106, also in Maryland, donated 25 lunches from Goin' Nuts Cafe to the staff at Penninsula Region Medical Center to thank them for their hard work on the frontline of the pandemic.

Two nurses and two CWA Local 2106 members in front of a hospital and donated lunches.

CWA Local 2106 with medical staff of PRMC in Salisbury, MD.

CWA LOCAL 13000 members and affiliates, including Workers United, helped 400 families struggling under the COVID-19 pandemic to put food on their tables. Donations to the Local's Community Services Fund helped distribute food to Philadelphia and South Jersey families in need during these difficult times. 

Crates of food collected by CWA Local 13000 to donate to families during COVID-19 pandemic.

Some of the crates of food that were donated to families in need.

Check out more photos of CWA District 2-13 members performing essential work and supporting workers on the frontlines.