For over 30 years, the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has been providing critical civil legal services to the neediest residents of Brooklyn, harnessing the powerful pro bono dedication of the private bar to ensure equal access to justice.
But we cannot do it alone.
This is a critical time to give generously to the VLP. Today’s harsh economic realities disproportionately affect the people the VLP serves, placing an enormous strain on our ongoing programs in family law, consumer law, foreclosure and elder law. Each VLP program has developed based on essential legal needs in our community, and we are continually assessing our programs according to those needs. Please make your secure, tax-deductible donation today. On behalf of the Board of Directors, the VLP staff and the people we serve, thank you for your generous support.
Join the Champions of Justice Circle.
The Champions of Justice Circle is comprised of donors who inspire the VLP community with their leadership, generosity, and commitment to our critical mission. Members of the Circle donate $500 or more annually and are recognized on our website and in publications and receive special invitations to VLP events and regular updates about our programs.
If you prefer to mail your contribution to our office, please print out and complete our donation form and send to:
Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project
Attn: Melissa Starr, Senior Director of Development & Strategic Initiatives
44 Court Street, Suite 1206
Brooklyn, NY 11201
For information on how to make a donation via a donor-advised fund (DAF), click here.
See the documents below to view the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) financial and tax information:
Federal Tax Identification Number: 11-3155182 | New York State Tax Exempt Certificate Number: 207862
A copy of the VLP’s most recently filed financial report is also available from the Charities Registry on the New York State Attorney General’s website (www.charitiesnys.com). You also may obtain information on charitable organizations from the New York State Office of the Attorney General at (212) 416-8686.