What Is the National Retirement Fund?

The National Retirement Fund is a trust fund created in the mid-2000s through the merger of many pension plans across industries such as clothing, hospitality, food service, gaming, laundry and textile, according to Unite Here. The purpose of the fund is to provide pension benefits for the legacy plan of the National Retirement Fund, which includes more than 162,000 active retirees and more than 150,000 participants or former participants who have not yet retired.