We are committed to advocating for the rights and well-being of our members. Through collective bargaining, we strive to secure fair wages, safe working conditions, and access to quality benefits offered by the NJRLCA, NRLCA, or USPS.
Founded in 1903, the NRLCA and its state organizations have a long history of organizing labor agreements between us and the United States Postal Service. The NRLCA's stated goal is to "improve the methods used by rural letter carriers, to benefit their conditions of labor with the United States Postal Service, and to promote a fraternal spirit among its members."
The NJRLCA and NRLCA offer many insurance benefits and programs towards its members for many situations. Including Health Insurance, Life Insurance, and other programs designed to assist members during the unexpected!
PAC, which stands for Political Action Committee, is a committee which collects voluntary contributions from members of a group (NRLCA). It distributes funds to candidates for federal offices and makes a report on its activities. PAC is important because it accumulates small contributions into a central account so that larger contributions can be made to a candidate for Congress. Therefore, each contribution has increased importance to the candidate.
The NRLCA-PAC plays a key role in representing our interests on Capitol Hill by supporting key Senators and Representatives. NRLCA-PAC financially supports:
The money contributed to NRLCA-PAC aids in each Member's election campaign committee. Campaigns, in turn, use the money to send mass mailings, purchased TV and radio ads, fund "Get Out The Vote" efforts, and support their colleague's campaign efforts.
Donations to PAC can be sent to our PAC Chairperson or given at your next District Meeting! Click the link to find the contact information for the PAC Chairperson and get in contact to give any donations toward the NRLCA-PAC.
Save The Post Office is edited and administered by Steve Hutkins, a retired English professor who taught place studies and travel literature at the Gallatin School of New York University. He has no affiliation with the U.S. Postal Service but like millions of Americans, he just likes his local post office and doesn’t want to see post offices closed. Please support Steve and keep informed!
The new NRLCA mobile app is now available for both Apple and Android devices. Go to Apple (App Store) or Google Play and search for NRLCA to download the free official NRLCA mobile app.
If you have a current NRLCA website log-in you will use the same log-in for the mobile app. If you do not have a current website log-in, you can create a log-in through the NRLCA Mobile App.
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