We are HOPE AFSCME Local 123

As HOPE AFSCME Local 123  members, we have the power to make a difference. By joining together, HOPE members have clout at the ballot box, in the halls of government and at the bargaining table. HOPE AFSCME Local 123 is one of the city’s most powerful advocates for working families in the city of Houston.

Workers in Missouri and New Mexico have chalked important victories against anti-worker laws that would have robbed them of their voices and the right to bargain collectively.

LAS VEGAS — More than 160 AFSCME members gathered in Las Vegas last week to lift up the voice of public service workers and move our union forward.  

A federal court has ruled in favor of working families and against wealthy special interests in D

On Monday, January 21st, 2018, the Black Heritage Society, in conjunction with the City of Houston, is once again sponsoring the 41st Annual MLK Jr Parade.

HOPE Members will march together in solidarity with other leaders, organizations, and the people of Houston to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

All HOPE Members and family are welcome to represent their Union in the Parade.

Participants are asked to meet at the staging area on Smith St and Lamar St by 9:30 AM and to wear Blue HOPE shirts.

HOPE Members and families have parking available at the Houston Permitting Center located at 1002 Washington Ave, Houston, TX 77002.

--Click HERE for directions from the Permitting Center to City Hall--

Call 832-962-4506 for more questions and stay connected to the HOPE Website and HOPE Facebook.

HOPE AFSCME Local 123 members served their city heroically during Huricane Harvey. Many of you worked night and day to protect the people of Houston while your own homes were flooded and damaged. HOPE is dedicated to helping members rebuild their lives and make sure that we stay HOUSTON STRONG together. Below are resources available to HOPE members. 

Click here to register with the Texas Workers Relief project 

Click here to register with FEMA 

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