Need Help? Check out the CoFiA Workers Link

Repaired steps--Bergenfield
The son of a CoFiA member was very pleased with repairs done to his steps by a team of Workers’ Link masons.

The Community of Friends in Action (CoFiA) Workers Link program helps homeowners and small businesses find workers to assist them with projects. CoFiA is not an employment agency and does not charge fees or guarantee the skills of the workers. Go to our Workers Link page to learn more, and to complete an application form.

CoFiA Board Member Suzanne learned how to be safe on the job.  She may find it useful at the school where she is a teacher!
CoFiA Board Member Suzanne enrolled in the OSHA training program and learned how to be safe on the job. She may find it useful at the school where she is a teacher!
finishing a patio
CoFiA Board member hired a Workers Link team to lay a new patio. She thinks it is beautiful!
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Winter will be here soon! Workers Link can help you find people to shovel.
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Workers who enroll in OSHA training are taught how to use scaffolding safely.
Satisfaction with a job well done!
Masons were much in demand this summer, and CoFiA’s Workers Link helped connect people needing work with skilled workers.

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