“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”
~ Dr. Seuss, “The Lorax”
When you support the Legal Clinic, you are giving our clients the dignity and stability that for so long have eluded them. You are giving a struggling parent the opportunity to walk through her own front door at night into a place of calm and security for her family. You are giving community members the chance to bring their voices into the public discourse that impacts their lives. When you support the Legal Clinic, you are giving a gift of justice.
This work cannot be done without you. We receive no government funding and depend on the support of individual donors like you. We need your partnership to make justice a reality for those who have struggled with the injustice of homelessness.
- Donate Now
- Raising the Bar
- Lawyers Pitch In
- Home Court
- Do More 24
- Catalogue for Philanthropy
- Workplace Giving
- Cy Pres Award
- Leaving a Legacy
- Amazon Smile
How To Give
Click here to donate on line with your credit card or by Paypal.
To donate by mail, send your check made out to the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless to:
Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless
1200 U Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009
With a tribute gift to the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, you can honor the important people in your life by assuring that residents of the nation’s capital who are homeless have access to counsel. Your gift will provide legal representation to individuals through our six community sites; advocacy on policy and budget issues to assure that public programs meet our clients’ needs; homelessness prevention through affordable housing preservation; support for low- and no-income community members to become engaged in the public decision-making processes that impact their lives; and so much more.
The Gift of Justice is perfect for Christmas, Hanukah, weddings, graduations, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, birthdays or any other special occasion. Click here to make a tribute gift.
Raising the Bar
The DC Access to Justice Commission is dedicated in part to expanding the resources available for civil legal services in the District of Columbia. The goal of the Commission’s Raising the Bar in DC Campaign is to substantially increase financial support to the District’s legal services community by establishing benchmarks for law firm giving and annually recognizing and celebrating those firms that have donated at benchmark levels. The following Legal Clinic donors were participants in the 2012 Campaign:
- BuckleySandler LLP
- Gilbert LLP
- Jones Day
- Kirkland & Ellis LLP
- Klein Horng LLP
- Mayer Brown LLP
- McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP
- Morrison & Foerster Foundation
- Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP
- Zuckerman Spaeder LLP
- Arnold & Porter, LLP
- Bryan Cave LLP
- Covington & Burling LLP
- Crowell & Moring LLP
- DLA Piper LLP
- WilmerHale LLP
- Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
- Arent Fox LLP
- Jenner & Block LLP
- McDermott Will & Emery LLP
- Miller & Chevalier Chartered
- Sidley Austin LLP
- Steptoe & Johnson LLP
Lawyers Pitch In (LPI)
Since 2000, hundreds of lawyers and legal assistants from dozens of DC law firms have taken to the diamond for a charity softball tournament, showing that lawyers can “pitch in” to bring an end to homelessness. In total, LPI has raised more than $300,000 to support the Legal Clinic’s important work.
Home Court 30
Home Court 30 is set for March 22, 2017! Come out to watch Members of Congress (the Hill’s Angels) compete against the Georgetown Law Center’s Hoya Lawyas, in a basketball game that raises funds to support the Legal Clinic’s important work. Join us at Gonzaga College High School, 19 Eye Street, NW, just a few blocks north of the Capitol. Doors open at 7pm; tip-off is at 8pm.
Since 1988, Senators and Representatives have tipped-off against the faculty and administration of the Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) in a fiercely competitive charity basketball game, organized by the GULC Law Students, to benefit the Legal Clinic. Featuring the bi-partisan, bi-cameral Hill’s Angels and GULC’s Hoya Lawyas, Home Court has become the Legal Clinic’s primary source of financial support, with law firms and individual donors generously sponsoring the event. Since its inception, Home Court has raised over $7.8 million. No matter the final score, the Legal Clinic’s clients are the ultimate victors!
More information can be found at the Law Student’s Facebook page, or by contacting the Legal Clinic at 202-328-5500. You can support Home Court 30 by clicking here and noting “HC30” on the dedication line.
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To donate by mail, send your check made out to the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless to: 1200 U Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009
Catalogue for Philanthropy
Over 100 reviewers from foundations, corporations, corporate giving programs, giving circles, the philanthropic advisory community and peer nonprofits review about 225 applicants a year for “distinction, merit, and impact.” We are proud to be one of only 70 organizations to be featured in the 2013/2014 Catalogue for Philanthropy.
“The Catalogue represents some of the best smaller nonprofits in the Greater Washington region.”
Many companies conduct their own charitable workplace giving campaigns. If your company has a campaign, please consider designating the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless. The Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless is currently a recipient in the following workplace campaigns:
Give through the United Way, by designating Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless as your recipient. Our United Way number 8472
Give through the Combined Federal Campaign, by designating the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless as your recipient. Our CFC number 82572
Please designate the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless
Many companies will support the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless by matching your gift. Ask if your company has a matching gifts program.
If you wish to learn more about planned gifts or details regarding how to make a legacy donation to the Legal Clinic, please contact your financial advisor.
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