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Established in 2020, the Law & Social Policy Legacy Award recognizes organizations defending and advocating for low-wage workers' rights. The Public Welfare Foundation spent more than a decade supporting public policy and system reforms to improve the lives of low-wage working people in the United States. This prize will commemorate and build on Public Welfare Foundation’s support to the field and honor the critical role law and social policy organizations play in building an economy that works for all.
EOF is a network of national, regional and local funders working to advance economic equity and opportunity in the United States. A $10,000 award will be given by EOF with support from Public Welfare Foundation annually until 2030 as a part of their legacy investment into the Workers’ Rights field. Awardees will be recognized at EOF’s Annual Budget and Tax Briefing in March.
EOF seeks nominees whose work is:
- Significant: The nominee’s work is critical to improving low-wage workers’ lives and advances best practice in the field. This may be through innovation (testing new tactics or engaging new allies) or a deep commitment to sustained progress over time.
- Collaborative: The nominee's work is collaborative, engaged in concert with partners and impacted communities.
- Systemic: The nominee’s work will have lasting impact, advancing structural and systems change.
Please review our Frequently Asked Questions before submitting a nomination. The nomination form has three Parts – information about you as the nominator (Part I), the organization you are nominating (Part II), and the organization’s work to defend and advocate for the rights of low-wage workers (Part III) .
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- Please do not email, mail or fax any additional documents. We will not accept any documents that do not come through the online nomination form.
The winner will be notified via phone and email in December 2020. During the review process, we will not be able to answer questions about the status of nominations. For questions related to the nomination process, please contact Cema Siegel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Nominations open: September 1, 2020
- Nomination submission deadline: 11:59 PM ET on October 30, 2020
- Award winner notified: December 2020
- Award winner publicly announced: January 2021
- Award winner recognized: March 2021 at the EOF Annual Budget and Tax Briefing
Download a copy of the 2020 Law & Social Policy Award nomination instructions and form here.