January 26th, 2019 Marks Seven Years Milestones have a way of making us feel reminiscent. NSUJL’s journey of seven years has been a long one; when you’ve come a long way, you should always remember where you started. Everyone at NSUJL remembers where we started.  We all know the story – one night, a group[…]

NSUJL held an online photo contest where we asked powerline workers to send in photos of their hard hats with NSUJL stickers. This of course preempted brothers and sisters nationwide to request care packs to hand out to their friends and co-workers. We were overwhelmed by the response and sent nearly 200 sticker packs out[…]

NSUJL’s  2018 Annual Lineman Home Wreath Auction was a success which raised $1000! All the proceeds help to support linework families in need. The auction included 11 beautiful wreaths, The wreaths are pictured below, and handmade by NSUJL volunteers & members. There is a special emphasis for every season and different occasions because we wanted[…]

We were invited and attended the 2018 NECA Convention and Trade Show at the Philadelphia Convention Center on September 29th to October 2nd. NSUJL is always interested in different venues to bring awareness to the industry.  Thank you NECA 2018 Convention and Trade Show for the special invitation and hospitality. Also,  a special thank you[…]

One of our members, Hanna Proctor, has given us the opportunity to host a Scentsy fundraiser. She is donating her commission of 25% to NSUJL. This will help us fulfill our mission of assisting fallen and injured IBEW Journeymen Linemen, Utility Linemen, Tree Trimmers, Apprentice Linemen, Groundmen and Operators.  With these funds we are able to provide[…]

NSUJL  partnered up with Yankee Candle’s again this year to fundraise for lineworker families! Our Annual Yankee Candle fundraiser brings 40% of all sales in donations to NSUJL helping us fulfill our mission of assisting fallen and injured IBEW Journeymen Linemen, Utility Linemen, Tree Trimmers, Apprentice Linemen, Groundmen and Operators. The funds will help us[…]

A memorial fund has been set up for Brother Dean Batey, from IBEW 429 in TN, who was lost in a work accident on July 9th, 2018. The Dean Batey Memorial Fund at U.S. Bank in Manchester has been set up for his family. If anyone would like to contribute, you can contact the bank[…]

We are continually growing. We recently expanded our mission to include I.B.E.W. Line Clearance Tree Trimmers. We are grateful for the generous funding pledges from Locals 47, 53 and 659. To support this sizable classification at N.S.U.J.L. standards, additional resources and a LCTT delegate to join our board of directors are needed. Please contact Rachel[…]

Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 as a global day of giving following Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Giving Tuesday encourages people from around the world to contribute to nonprofits. They help kick off the giving season by spreading the word across social media channels. This year we’re offering a few giving opportunities! On Facebook, Instagram,[…]