Carpenters Union Local 43
Support for Brother Billy Madore
It is important for us to support our union brothers and sisters. After recently experiencing a devastating injury, Brother Billy Madore, of Local Union 24, will be dealing with some very difficult life changes and costs. In an effort to support Billy, we are sharing his daughter’s campaign to raise funds for aid in his recovery. Please consider donating any amount to this courageous individual who will greatly benefit from your generosity. Thank you on behalf of Carpenters Local Union 43 for helping support our community. https://www.gofundme.com/27pyd84
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The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America began in 1881, when 36 carpenters from 11 cities formed a national union with a constitution, a structure and two thousand members. From humble beginnings arose a powerful political and economic force, setting the standards for wages, benefits, conditions and quality on every project in the U.S. Much has changed in a century, but growth still rests on reaching out and opening doors to all working carpenters. The Charter for Local #43 was issued on April 18, 1883.
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885 Wethersfield Avenue
Hartford, CT 06114
Toll free: 877-562-2543
Hartford / North Central Conn.
Jurisdiction: Avon, Bloomfield, Bolton, E. Granby, E. Hartford, E. Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Farmington, Glastonbury, Granby, Hartford, Hartland, Manchester, Rocky Hill, Simsbury, Somers, Stafford, S. Windsor, Suffield, Tolland, Unionville, Vernon, W. Hartford, Wethersfield, Windsor, Windsor Locks.
Union carpenters across New England: 22,000
Union contractors across New England: 1,300
Local union halls across New England: 27
Number of carpenters currently being trained in New England:
1,000 apprentices and thousands participating in journey-level upgrade training
Annual dollars spent on training programs in New England:
More than $8 million at training centers throughout all six New England states.