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Pennsylvania Farmworker Project


Organizational Information

Parent Organization

Philadelphia Legal Assistance

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization

The Pennsylvania Farmworker Project (PFP) is a legal services program that provides legal assistance to low-income migrant and seasonal farmworkers throughout the state of Pennsylvania.

History of Organization

PFP is a legal services program founded by Philadelphia Legal Assistance in 1996 and funded by the Legal Services Corporation (LSC).


Philadelphia Legal Assistance

Legal Structure

Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources

Legal Services Corporation

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

Iris Coloma-Gaines -  Supervising Attorney

Contact Person(s)

Sarah Bechdel - Paralegal

Contact Number(s)

888-541-1544 - Toll free

Web Addresses - Pennsylvania Farmworker Project

Primary Address

Pennsylvania Farmworker Project
Philadelphia Legal Assistance
718 Arch Street
Suite 300N
Philadelphia, PA, 19106

Service Information

Service Area


Service Description

Legal services for farmworkers

Minimum wage and/or wage payment violations against farmworkers

Government benefits for farmworkers

H-2A employment issues

Employment discrimination

Unsafe working conditions


legal, legal services, farm workers, legal counseling, farmworkers, trabajadores agricolas, servicios legales, problemas legales

Available Hours

9 AM - 5 PM Monday through Friday

Fees/Cost for Services


Eligibility Requirements

125% of federal poverty guidelines. Contact us for more information.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments

Call 1-888-541-1544

Miscellaneous Information

Languages Spoken or Available

Spanish, others available upon request

Speaker Available