We have BIG News for this Summer:

 

1. We have changed our name from Friends of Farmworkers to Justice at Work.

 

2. We are moving to new offices.  The new address in Philadelphia is 990 Spring Garden Street.  The new Pittsburgh address is 6101 Penn Ave.

 

3. We are having a party in each office to celebrate all these changes on August 16, 2018 at our new offices - in both Philly and Pittsburgh.

 

NOTE THAT OUR OFFICE MOVE IS HAPPENING 6/14-6/17.  IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE REACHING US BY PHONE DURING THAT TIME PLEASE CALL OUR MAIN NUMBER AND DIAL 0 FOR THE OPERATOR.

 

 

 


We support low-wage workers as they pursue economic and social justice. We do this through the provision of Legal Services, Education, and Advocacy.

 

We advance our mission by providing free legal representation on employment-related issues to eligible workers. We also provide community education on legal rights for migrant and immigrant workers throughout the Commonwealth.

 

We serve communities of workers that include workers in industries that rely heavily on seasonal foreign guestworkers brought in under H-2B visas, who often return to work for the same Pennsylvania employers year after year. We also provide legal assistance to income eligible worker organizations.

 

For over 30 years, FOF has provided direct legal assistance to thousands of individuals and improved the living and working conditions of a much larger number through advocacy and impact litigation, including representation of groups of workers and class action litigation.


Looking for help?

 

Whether you're a low wage immigrant working in Pennsylvania, one of our state's many social or legal service agencies, a member of the private bar or even if you have more policy-focused needs, we are eager to learn how we can best assist you. Please call or email us today!

 

We generally accept calls about new cases Monday - Friday from 9 AM - 6 PM.

 

Want to help? 

 

There are many ways to get involved:

 

Volunteer your time and talent

Donate 

Learn about the issues and debates, and

Advocate for the rights of farmworkers and other low wage workers in your state