SEIU Local 888


Participate in Local 888’s Committee on Political Action: COPA!

Your contribution will help us defend collective bargaining rights and quality affordable health care.  Under the law our union is very limited on how much money we can spend on political activities like this.

That's why we've established the SEIU 888 Committee On Political Action (COPA). Member contributions to COPA will help us to change the political dynamic here in Massachusetts.

But we can't do it without you.

You have the option of making a one-time contribution or a recurring monthly contribution. While the maximum contribution is $5,000 per year, there is no minimum limit to contributions.

If every member gave just $2.50 a week, our union would soon become a political power house on Beacon Hill and town/city halls across the state.

If you wish to make a recurring contribution you need to check the box at the bottom of the page that says "Please activate recurring monthly billing." Otherwise, your account will be charged only once. If you choose the recurrning contribution option, you can cancel at any time by contacting the union.

Support COPA and learn how you can participate in any of our political actions at the State House and/or in your city or town. Call us today at 617.241.3302

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By checking the box below, I acknowledge that I am making a recurring contribution and that the amount I have selected above will be charged to my credit card on the 27th of every month. You may cancel at any time. The first charge will be made immediately.

If you would prefer to contribute by mail, send a check to:
SEIU Local 888
Committee On Political Action
52 Roland St, Ste 101
Charlestown, MA 02129

Contributions to the SEIU Local 888 COPA are subject to the prohibitions and limitations of the Federal Election Campaign Act. That law prohibits federal contributions from corporations, labor unions, and foreign nationals who are not admitted for permanent residence. All contributions must be made from personal funds and may not be reimbursed by any other person. Contributions are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes.