Thursday, Oct. 26, marks the fourth annual ABA Giving Day, which empowers attorneys and community members to advocate for justice by donating to programs that provide free legal services, promote diversity in the legal profession, ensure the rule of law, measure civic literacy and more.
The fundraising day, held in conjunction with the National Celebration of Pro Bono, allows donors to support innovative justice solutions. Donors can choose among more than 50 specific programs to help fund, such as Legal Opportunity Scholarships, programs in the Center for Public Interest Law and special projects such as the Task Force on the Law and Artificial Intelligence or the ABA Survey of Civic Literacy. Donations also can be designated as unrestricted, in which case they will be used to support programs in greatest need.
ABA Giving Day is specific to the American Bar Association, but donations (which are tax deductible) are accepted at any time and ensure that the association can focus attention and resources on increasing legal services and transforming the justice system.
- 2022 ABA Giving Day Impact Report
- ABA Fund for Justice and Education
- The National Celebration of Pro Bono
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