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The Berger-Marks Foundation

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Purpose and Activities

Giving to bring the benefits of unionization to working women and to assist organizations committed to those principles. The goal is to provide financial assistance to women who are engaged in union organizing and to assist working women who want to organize other women into unions through training, research and other resources .


Established in 1996 in DC; Funded in 2002 - Founded in the name of the late Edna Berger and Gerald Marks. Edna Berger was the first female lead organizer for The Newspaper Guild-CWA. Gerald Marks, her husband, was a Tin Pan Alley song-writer most famous for his song, "All of Me."


The Berger-Marks Foundation

Independent foundation



Bridge Number



4301 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Ste. 108 Washington, DC United States 20008-2304

Contact Information

  • Telephone: (202) 243-0133