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UFT Invitational Golf Outing

Please register for the 2024 UFT Invitational Golf Outing to benefit the UFT Disaster Relief Fund. You may register as an individual, a twosome or a foursome! In addition to a hot breakfast and a gala luncheon, we'll have competitions, raffles and a hole-in-one challenge worth $25,000! Golfers receive a limited-edition polo shirt, branded bags, beverages throughout the day, and so much more! Not a golfer? Register for the lunch only!

Invitational Golf Outing 2022

The UFT’s Invitational Golf Outing on Oct. 10 at Silver Lake Golf Course on Staten Island was a driving success, raising more than $82,000 for the UFT Disaster Relief Fund.

5K Family Run/Walk

UFT members and their families who participated in the the the union's eighth annual 5K family run/walk on May 14 raised more than $5,000 for the UFT Disaster Relief Fund to benefit educators and their families in war-torn Ukraine.

Help Ukrainian educators

UFT members who have been horrified by the devastation and death caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine can help the embattled nation’s educators by contributing to the UFT Disaster Relief Fund.

Outpouring of support from UFT members for Bronx fire victims

UFT members came together to raise more than $10,000 and collect and distribute supplies to support the students and families affected by the deadly apartment building blaze on Jan. 9 in the Bronx.

UFT Disaster Relief Fund aids members affected by ‘Ida’

When the remnants of Hurricane Ida came barreling through the city on Sept. 1, the UFT launched a campaign for members to donate to their colleagues coping with storm damage. More than $40,000 was raised.

UFT initiative helps stop hunger

The UFT stepped up to help New Yorkers confronting hunger because of the pandemic through its We Feed NYC initiative, which supports community-based food pantries in high-need neighborhoods across the five boroughs. By mid-January, in partnership...

‘Doing the right thing’

MS 57 Chapter Leader Nicole Smith’s idea to help 47 young Bahamian college students, driven from their homes by Hurricane Dorian in September, quickly morphed into a community effort.