Established in 1888
Code of Ethics.
Founded in 1888 by traveling salesmen, UCT's local councils now operate in 47 states, the District of Columbia and 10 provinces of Canada. We extend our welcome to all people and their families, friends and business associates who are 16 years or older. Members have the opportunity to become involved in their communities through their local councils. UCT is a member of the National Fraternal Congress of America (NFCA) and the Canadian Fraternal Association (CFA).
We hope you had a chance to check out our new logo and tagline..
"Making a Difference Together."
As a fraternal UCT member, you've already been making a difference in your local communities by stepping up whenever there is a need.
We know it's not easy to boast about your good works, but that's exactly what we want you to do. Whether you're talking on the phone with friends, sending an email to neighbors, posting on Facebook -- let the world know how great UCT is and how your local council makes a difference.
If we all do a little it can add up to a lot!
To get you started, we've created a new video to highlight the benefits of joining a UCT local council. Share it with your friends, family, neighbors, even your favorite personal shopper at your local grocery store.
Give it a personal touch by telling them what your local council
does each year to help those in need.
We could all use a little boost of happiness these days.
Above is a fillable PDF form. just click on the line and enter your info, then print when complete.
Let first things come first, they who profits most are those
who serve the best.
PACK YOUR HEART WITH HUMAN KINDNESS. Don't be
mean or selfish, other too must live -- have to courage
and conscience to meet them halfway. Greed leads most
into making and error, but it justifies none.
HIT YOUR COURSE WITH GOOD CHARACTER AND DON'T LOSE IT.
The higher principles of individuals are noticed
everywhere. It takes less effort to make a good impression
then a bad one.
PLAY THE GAME by being loyal, honest and upright to your
family and your firm. Think, know your job. Speak the truth
and avoid misrepresentation. Do what you are paid to do
and then some. It's the THEN SOME that counts. You can't
build a six story structure on a three story foundation.
END YOU DAY with a clear conscience, knowing you
have done onto others as you would have them do unto you.
Nothing costs less and pays more than the compliment of
honour and civility.
Author - The Late W. Harris, Regina A.C.T. Club