Farmworker Justice Wine and Jazz Reception
October 18, 2016, 6pm to 8:30pm
AFL-CIO Building, 815 16th St., Gompers Hall
Washington, D.C.

Our annual Wine & Jazz Reception features socially responsible wine, from vineyards where farmworkers are respected and treated fairly. This year we are pleased to have jazz vibraphonist Chuck Redd.

We will honor Tirso Moreno, the General Coordinator of the Farmworker Association of Florida. Mr. Moreno emigrated from Mexico, labored as a migrant farmworker, and has built an impactful statewide organization of farmworkers and their families. Farmworker Justice for many years has collaborated with Mr. Moreno and the Association, which is based in Apopka and has five offices around the state.

Help us celebrate our 35th year of serving farmworkers and their organizations. Your support for the Wine & Jazz Reception helps Farmworker Justice meet the demand for the advocacy, training, litigation and other support for efforts to improve wages and working conditions, immigration policy, health and access to health care, and access to justice.

Sponsorship Opportunities range from $250 - $10,000. Information about sponsorships and about messages for our 35th anniversary program booklet, is on the sponsorship page, where you may purchase sponsorships and tickets with a credit card.

For more information contact Carolyn Lesesane, Development Coordinator
[email protected], 202-293-5420 ext. 301. .   


Please contact Carolyn Lesesane at [email protected]   or 202-293-5420 ext. 301 for more information about sponsorships. 

Payment can be made online (click here) or by check:

Please make checks payable to Farmworker Justice and mail to:

Farmworker Justice
1126 16th Street, NW, Suite 270
Washington, DC 20036

Together, let’s help protect the people who labor in the fields to feed us!
Farmworker Justice® is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization; donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

Your support helps Farmworker Justice continue its important work.