Fraternal Giving

To us, it’s not just a word, it’s a call to action. The UTUIA, through our fraternal units across the country, seeks to improve our communities through charitable giving and volunteer activities.  We are indeed an organization that believes strongly in our fraternal mission and we strive everyday to make our communities better places to live.

Charitable Giving
Throughout the year, our fraternal units organize various fund raising activities that help support charities which serve the greater good of the community at large.  To read some of the many testimonials and to read about the charities we support, click here.

Scholarship Funds
The UTUIA is a firm supporter of higher education and we are well aware of the high cost associated with that investment.  Therefore, The UTUIA has paid out over 1.8 million in funds to students over the years.  To learn more about our many scholarships and instructions on how to apply, click here

UTUIA Fraternal Lodges
Are you looking for a way to serve your community and get the support you need to do it?  Then perhaps organizing a UTUIA Lodge could be an option.  Our Lodges are volunteer organizations that work under the UTUIA to serve the brotherhood and community at large.  By working together with fellow transportation employees and spouses, we can build bonds and friendships that can last a lifetime.  So, if you are already volunteering or you are looking for a great way to get started, let us help you by providing the support and advise you need to succeed! To Learn more about volunteering with the UTUIA, click here

UTUIA Volunteer of the Year 2015
Each year, UTUIA seeks nominations for a UTUIA volunteer of the year.  This year, the choice was tough as many fine candidates were nominated but, only one can receive the award.  To learn about this years volunteer of the year, click here.

UTUIA and Its Members, Donated $5,800 to Ronald McDonald Houses
In both Phoenix Arizona and Providence RI, SMART TD and UTUIA members reached deep to help the Ronald McDonald House Charities. To read about this event, click here