Fighting for worker justice in the global economy.
USLEAP's funding comes from foundations, individuals, trade unions, and religious groups. Individuals are the largest source of USLEAP's financial support.
Foundations that have provided major support for USLEAP over the past fifteen years included the Arca Foundation, the Berger-Marks Foundation,the Boehm Foundation, the Diana Bonnor Lewis Foundation, the General Service Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the New World Foundation, and the 21st Century ILGWU Heritage Foundation.
Foundations that have supported our work over the past two years include the 21st Century ILGWU Heritage Foundation, the General Service Foundation, and the New Society Fund. Union support over the past two years has been provided by the International Union of Foodworkers, SEIU, the Solidarity Center, Teamsters, United Autoworkers, United Steelworkers, and Unite Here.
In 2010, USLEAP had a budget of $180,000. Salaries (full-time) ranged from $35,000 to $31,000. USLEAP last audited expenses (2010) were 72% for program, 10% for management, 15% for fundraising, with 3% allocated to the 2011 budget.
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