1. Event

Annual Meeting and Quaker Public Policy Institute 2020

November 12-15, 2020 in Washington, D.C.

December 2, 2019


Join FCNL November 12-15, 2020 for Annual Meeting and the Quaker Public Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.

Rep. Barbara Lee (CA-13) and California Friends holding Love Thy Neighbor Sign at FCNL's Annual Meeting 2019.

Rep. Barbara Lee (CA-13) and California Friends at FCNL's Annual Meeting 2019. Varsylvia James

Join us to:

  • Lobby to advance peace and justice.
  • Hear from exciting and inspiring speakers – including policy experts and faith leaders – about what you can do in the year ahead.
  • Worship together and be part of a community of committed people from across the country.

Quaker advocacy has never been more important. We hope you’ll be part of it this November.

Highlights from Annual Meeting and Quaker Public Policy Institute 2019

Love Thy Neighbor: Annual Meeting 2019 

Highlights

More than 400 Quakers and friends came together from across the country to engage in worship, listening, and advocacy as we lobbied together to end endless war!

Overview of Events:

Who will be there?

  • More than 400 people from across the country will join us! The gathering’s community includes both Quakers and others who share FCNL’s values and policy goals. All are welcome!

What will we lobby on?

  • Each year we select a different issue, based on where your voice can make the most difference at that time.

Where will the event take place?

Save the Date for Future Annual Meeting and Quaker Public Policy Institute Events:

  • Nov 18-21, 2021
  • Nov 17-20, 2022

Other Questions?

Contact:

  • Logistics: Annie Chiorazzi, 202-903-2526, annie@fcnl.org
  • Lobbying: Justin Hurdle, 202-465-7510, jhurdle@fcnl.org

    Annie Chiorazzi

    • Events Manager

    Annie organizes and executes FCNL’s major events including the Quaker Public Policy Institute, Annual Meeting, and Spring Lobby Weekend. These events host hundreds of Quakers and like-minded folk from around the country to come together to discern our advocacy priorities for the upcoming year and to lobby for passage of legislation in keeping with Quaker values.

    Justin Hurdle

    • Organizing Strategy Associate

    Justin Hurdle is a member of the strategic advocacy team, working closely with FCNL’s communications and data teams. Justin is focused on moving Friends who are already engaged in digital advocacy to become active off-line advocates lobbying their elected leaders on FCNL’s legislative priorities.