Celebrating 36 Years of the Annual Campaign
Nearly 20 percent of Legal Aid’s funding comes from donations from law firms, corporations and individuals. Our Annual Campaign, begun in 1983, is one of the largest for legal services in the country and provides Legal Aid with our most stable funding source. The unrestricted funds also provide us with the freedom to serve clients in innovative ways.
A gift of $500 will cover the average cost of serving one of our over 20,000 cases each year.
Whether you work for a large law firm or are a solo practitioner, are a major corporation or are an individual, your dollars make a difference!
How to Give
Click here for a pledge form to mail with your check or credit card information to:
Atlanta Legal Aid Society
c/o Angie Tacker
54 Ellis St. NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
Please contact us for delivery instructions to make a transfer from your brokerage account.
Through a Workplace Matching Program
Many companies double employee gifts through work place matching programs. It’s easy! Check with your company’s human resources division and send us the form. Contact your employee giving program administrator. Legal Aid participates in many employee giving programs and can be added if we do not!
For more information about these and other giving options, please contact Director of Communications & Annual Giving Angie Tacker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legal Aid helped open my eyes to how to better advocate for myself, and now I’m taking proactive steps to be able to handle re-qualifying for my benefits next year on my own!
— Anonymous Client
WHY I GIVE
Trust in our judicial system is vital to our system of laws. Atlanta Legal Aid plays a critical role in ensuring that our judicial system is accessible to all, not just to those with the means to bear the expense of counsel. By providing legal assistance to low income citizens, Atlanta Legal Aid protects the trust in fairness that is essential to the effectiveness of our courts and allows our courts to impartially and efficiently resolve disputes and enforce the laws we all rely on.
– Teresa Wynn Roseborough, EVP-General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, The Home Depot