Giving to LSNF

LSNF is grateful for the many local and national governmental entities, agencies and grantors who have embraced our mission of justice through their financial support of our work. Individuals who support LSNF invest based on our collective fundamental belief in the importance of access to justice.

There are various ways to make a lasting impact on the lives of impoverished Floridians in need of legal assistance. LSNF donors invest in many ways for many reasons but ultimately each gift allows LSNF to continue its mission to help low-income people resolve legal problems affecting their basic human needs and meet our commitment to securing justice, promoting economic and family stability, and reducing poverty in our community. LSNF appreciates the investment of the following individuals, law firms and businesses. Your personal gift in support of LSNF can be designated to help support providing legal services throughout North Florida in a variety of ways.
 
 

Campaigns

Round Up Campaign

Round Up! Give change and make a change through our Round Up campaign. Round up each of your purchases and give that loose change to LSNF through our Round Up Campaign! Simply sign up below and add whichever card your prefer to begin supporting LSNF now. You can even choose what amount to cap your round up change at so you never give more than an amount you want. Each month we’ll even send you a statement of giving and at the end of the year we’ll supply you with an annual giving amount.

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Partners in Service

The Partners in Service program helps members of The Florida Bar meet or exceed the aspirational goal of the pro bono rule by allowing attorneys to voluntarily contribute financially to LSNF in support of its pro bono efforts.

Partners in Service

 
Kris Knab Memorial Fund

LSNF established the Kris Knab Memorial Fund to honor her tireless service and commitment to providing North Florida communities with quality, no-cost civil legal aid. Through this fund, LSNF will expand educational and service opportunities for law students and give additional support to LSNF staff attorneys. The Kris Knab Memorial Fund will provide for additional services that will increase access to legal help for the low-income and vulnerable in our communities.

Kris Knab Memorial Fund

 

Hurricane Michael Recovery Campaign

October 10, 2018 changed the landscape of North Florida. Since then, LSNF has faced an increase in inquiries for legal support. Support LSNF's efforts to help those who are still facing increasing legal needs across Florida Panhandle.

Hurricane Michael Recovery Fund

 

Endowment Fund

Sustain LSNF’s services well into the future by helping our endowment grow.

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Sponsor An Event

Sponsor one of LSNF’s many events including Jazz for Justice, Dancing with the Stars, Law Day or Pro Bono Week Celebrations throughout the year.

 

What is Planned Giving?

Some donors choose to leave a lasting legacy and invest in LSNF’s future by naming LSNF as a beneficiary in their will or bequest, charitable lead or remainder trusts, retirement plans and IRAs or life insurance policies. We can help guide you down the right road for your philanthropy, which can become an important aspect of your estate and financial planning. Investing in the future of LSNF is an investment in the growth of the prosperity and safety of low-income clients we serve and help to contribute back to our community.

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Other Ways to Donate

You can also make donations to LSNF through one of our many in-kind gift giving programs. If you are an attorney or judge, consider designating Cy Pres and Residual Funds to LSNF

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Who benefits from your investment in LSNF?
  • Vulnerable and exploited individuals and families.
  • Veterans of all ages facing challenges to their health, financial, family, or housing stability.
  • Domestic and sexual violence victims and their children in long-term personal safety.
  • Senior citizens with limited access to public transportation.
  • Seniors targeted by home improvement/predatory lending scams.
  • Families stabilized by maintaining transportation, income, and affordable housing.
  • Individuals given assistance to secure employment and education.
  • Community non-profit organizations that work with special needs populations, affordable housing, job creation, and transportation.
  • Rural and immigrant women who are victims of abuse.
Everyone Benefits
  • When we stop an illegal eviction, one less person is homeless.
  • When we force a fly-by-night contractor to redo “shoddy” work for an elderly couple, we are discouraging contractors from preying on other victims.
  • When we save a home from foreclosure, residents do not need to seek shelter at the community’s expense or become homeless.
  • When we stop a cycle of domestic violence, we save lives, enhance employment stability, and reduce healthcare costs.
  • When we help not-for-profits with their legal issues, we help them to allocate more revenue for their client services.
  • When LSNF helps clients provide for themselves, other community non-profit resources are not stretched as thin.

LSNF is a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to the LSNF are deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.