Labor Gives Back

OCSEA activists and members are some of the most generous people we know. Every year, OCSEA spotlights the Labor Gives Back efforts of our members and chapters as proof that Ohio's public employees, from their professional work to their charitable giving and community support, are integral to building up our communities and providing for those who are less fortunate. Tell your member or chapter Labor Gives Back story here! High-resolution photos of Labor Gives Back events are encouraged. Download the guidelines.

The deadline for nominations is June 1.

Bob White Labor Gives Back Award

Bob White was an OCSEA activist who put community service before all else. To honor his tradition of community service, “The Bob White Labor Gives Back Award” (formerly the OCSEA Horizon Award) is given annually to active OCSEA members and/or chapters, districts, assembly leaders who display outstanding achievements in community service and charitable giving. The winner of the Bob White Labor Gives Back Award will receive $500 to donate to their charity of choice.

Nominations can be:

OR

  • mailed to:
    OCSEA Communications Dept.
    Bob White Labor Gives Back Award
    390 Worthington Rd. – Suite A,
    Westerville, OH 43082-8331  

Photo Gallery

Click HERE to see how OCSEA members are giving the most back to their communities.