Ways to Give

Ways to Give


Providing civil legal services to Brooklynites in need is critical, but Access Justice Brooklyn can’t do it alone. Everyone, whether an attorney or not, can help expand access to the legal system and realize a vision of justice for all. Below are easy and convenient ways to support our services and programming throughout the year:

Make a Gift Online Now! Give more over time and sustain our services throughout the year. Consider a monthly gift.

If you prefer to mail your contribution to our office, please print out our donation form and send to: Access Justice Brooklyn, Attn: Development Department, 44 Court Street, Suite 1206, Brooklyn, NY 11201

For information on how to donate via a donor-advised fund (DAF), click here.

Join the Champions of Justice Circle! The Champions of Justice Circle is comprised of donors who inspire the Access Justice Brooklyn community with their leadership, generosity, and commitment to our critical mission.

You can leave a lasting legacy and further our mission with our special naming and sponsorship opportunities. For more information, email Melissa Starr, Senior Director of Development & Strategic Initiatives.

Annual Gala 2022 – Show your support today! The Access Justice Brooklyn Annual Gala took place on December 8, 2022. Congratulations to Dedication to Justice Award Recipient Janice Mac Avoy, Partner, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP and Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient, Charles John O’Byrne, Executive Vice President for Policy, Related Companies.

Save the date for #BrooklynGives! Join us on Giving Tuesday, November 28, 2023, in partnership with the Brooklyn Community Foundation’s #BrooklynGives 2023 Campaign to encourage Brooklynites to “Give Where You Live.”

Shop for Access Justice Brooklyn! When you shop with our partners, they will donate a percentage to Access Justice Brooklyn. Click on the link for a list of our current partners.

Support our Emergency Response Fund! During the ongoing global health crisis, Access Justice Brooklyn’s services are more essential than ever.


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