SAVE THE DATE. Our annual Harvest of Justice luncheon will be September 23, 2020. It will be held at The Prince Conference Center located at 1800 E Beltine Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546 from 12-1 PM.

There is room for you at this year’s Harvest of Justice fundraising luncheon. There is no charge to attend but we hope that after hearing from our Executive Director, that you will be inclined to give a financial gift. Please email to reserve your spot or get more information about our sponsorship opportunities.

Special Guest Speaker

Migrant Legal Aid Presents Dolores Huerta, Iconic Migrant Farmworker Activist, to speak at Harvest of Justice Luncheon

Dolores Huerta, Founder and President of the Dolores Huerta Foundation, will be the Key Note Speaker for this year’s event. This will be her first time speaking at HOJ, and we are honored to have her as our guest. We can’t wait to her what she has to say about Famrworker rights and to share our mission with her.

HOJ 2020 Sponsors

History of the Harvest of Justice

The Harvest of Justice is a yearly luncheon that started in 2010 and focused on sharing Migrant Legal Aid’s client success stories with donors and community members. In the past, the event has been held in a farm orchard in order to bring people close to the setting where many of our clients work. Sharing stories of success in this environment helps to ensure that donors understand how they are affecting the lives of the clients.  

This mission-focused event attracts people who are passionate about our mission to help the community protect migrant farmworkers. It is a celebration of those who further our mission. We give out both a Good Grower Award and a Responsible Retailer Award to honor those in the community committed to good harvesting practices and protecting migrant’s rights.  

This event has led to the development of our newsletter, because attendees wanted to stay in touch with Migrant Legal Aid’s activity. Furthermore, by presenting our work at the Harvest of Justice, we have been able to grow our capacity and recognition within the community. 

Our Mission

Helping the Community Protect Migrant Farmworkers

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