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Ways to Donate - Help Us Put Justice to Work!
Your gift will strengthen the services we provide thousands of people each year. We depend on the generosity of law firms, corporations, foundations, the state Legal Services Trust Fund, and individuals. We are not connected with the federally-funded Legal Services Corporation (LSC).
Our Annual Fund is under way.
By giving to our 2016 Annual Fund, you will be helping us to deliver on the promise of justice for low-income workers. Click here to give. Please also consider our 100th Anniversary Campaign to Grow Our Workers' Rights Clinic.
Donate online or by mail or phone.
Click here to donate now using a Visa, American Express, or MasterCard. Our Federal Tax ID number is 94-2783401. You also may call Steve Heimerle at (415) 593-0138 or print our donation form and mail it with a check payable to the Legal Aid Society–Employment Law Center, to:
Legal Aid Society–Employment Law Center
180 Montgomery Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, CA 94104
Designate cy pres funds
Attorneys: If you have the opportunity when resolving class actions, consider the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center as a recipient of cy pres monies or residual funds.
Give through the United Way, the Combined Federal Campaign, or a match. Or donate your car.
Select the Legal Aid Society–Employment Law Center to receive your gift through the United Way or through the Combined Federal Campaign. Or ask your human resources or corporate giving personnel whether your employer matches employees' donations, and request a match for your gift to LAS-ELC. Our United Way number is 70292. Our Combined Federal number is 3321. Our Federal Tax ID number is 94-2783401. Click here to arrange to donate your car to LAS-ELC.
Donate stock or appreciated securities, or make a bequest.
Direct shares to our brokerage account at Schwab One, Account 5486-8336, DTC number 0164, Tax ID 94-2783401. Please notify Steve Heimerle at (415) 864-8848 or email@example.com if you have initiated a transaction of this kind. Speak with your adviser about the possible tax benefits. Call or email Steve Heimerle for details on how to include a gift to the Legal Aid Society–Employment Law Center in your estate plan.
Sponsor or attend our annual event
We celebrated our first century of service in September 2016! Check back here for details soon on our 2017 annual event, or contact Steve Heimerle at 415-864-8848 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
LAS-ELC is tax-exempt under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code; your contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. Tax ID 94-2783401.