SEIU 775 | January 6, 2023

Stronger Together: January 2023 Newsletter

SEIU 775 sisters, brothers, siblings –    Last year, our Union created our vision committee who evaluated and reimagined our SEIU 775 Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals. Together, we drafted recommendations for our next 10 years reflecting our plans for the future, the fights we will undertake, and the changes we will make.    Since we built […]

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Stronger Together: August 2022 Newsletter

SEIU 775 Sisters, Brothers, Siblings, This summer has been filled with caregivers taking action in ways we haven’t had a chance to do in the past couple years. As you’ll read in this newsletter, we’ve had caregivers come together in Washington, Montana, and even Alaska for pickets, bargaining, political education, celebrations, and more! And, in […]

KTUU | July 1, 2022

Video: #CareIsEssential Celebration in Anchorage, Alaska

On June 30, SEIU 775 held our second annual #CareIsEssential celebration of Alaska caregivers in Anchorage. Caregivers – also known as Personal Care Attendants, who care for seniors and people with disabilities – as well as their family members and clients were all in attendance. Speakers included local caregivers, Senator Elvi Gray-Jackson, Representative Liz Snyder, […]

The Frontiersman | March 17, 2022

We need you to stand with us to support seniors, people with disabilities, and children

“Since 1997, I’ve worked as an unpaid caregiver for my family members, and I understand the importance of caregiving on a very personal level. 25 years later, you would think our state’s caregiving industry would be in a better position, but it’s actually harder to find a caregiver since COVID-19. Why? Because many who have […]

SEIU 775 | September 23, 2021

Video: The Build Back Better Plan and Alaska

SEIU 775 President Sterling Harders joined Dr. Al Gross, Dr. Emily McMahan, Amber Lee and Protect Our Care Alaska for a virtual press conference to highlight how the efforts of President Biden and Democrats in Congress will lower costs and expand access to health care in Alaska and across the country.