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Washington, DC Stay-At-Home Request

June 23rd,2020 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Before we were all ordered to stay-at-home, the Peggy Browning Fund had awarded Summer Fellowships to 90 talented students - our largest number to date.

We're happy to report that all 90 students will be able to work this summer advocating for workers' rights.

We need you to dig deep even in this crisis and make your highest significant contribution to help us meet our financial goal. Just because we’re not together over a catered supper and cocktail conversation doesn’t mean we can’t remain together in solidarity.

We will be producing a “virtual” program book, including ads and donor listings for your sponsorship and ad purchases. It will be emailed to our many supporters in the DC area, posted on our social media platforms and here on our website.  Ad specifications are noted beside the ad listing below. The deadline for ads is June 23.

Please send the pdf or jpg of your ad to

View the DC Virtual Program Flip Book

Or Download the DC Virtual Program PDF

Sponsors (As of 8-25-30)

Laborers' Int'l Union of North America (LiUNA)
Ullico, Inc.

Sheet Metal Workers Local 100

Baltimore-Washington Metro Building Trades Council
O'Donoghue & O'Donoghue LLP
Slevin & Hart, PC

Ellen A. Farrell
Homer C. LaRue

Linda Dreeben

Alicia Daly
IBEW Local 1900
Mary Anne Moffa

Latest News

  • PBF's Response to the Coronavirus

    May 13, 2020
    Before stay-at-home orders were issued across the nation, the Peggy Browning Fund awarded summer fellowships to 90 talented law students – our largest number to date.
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  • George Nicolau 1925-2020

    January 14, 2020
    We are very sad to share that our good friend, George Nicolau, passed away on January 2, 2020. George received the Peggy Browning Award at our New York Awards Reception in New York City in 2011.
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  • Bernard N. Katz, Prominent Philadelphia Labor Attorney Dies at 91

    October 11, 2019
    Bernard N. Katz, 91, a prominent Philadelphia lawyer who spent decades championing labor unions, died at his home in Abington, PA of natural causes in his sleep. He represented many unions in the city in the 1970s, defending workers in in the manufacturing, industrial, and trade industries. Mr....
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