WAYS TO GIVE TO NYCLA
See the "Online Giving" page to submit your credit card information over NYCLA's secure website. Or click here.
Mail in a check:
Fill out the form located here
and send it in with a check payable to the "NYCLA Foundation." Mail to: New York County Lawyers Association | 7 World Trade Center - 46th Floor | 250 Greenwich Street | New York, New York 10007
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When you donate to the NYCLA Foundation, check whether your place of business has a matching gift program – many organizations will match the contribution to the organization of your choice. Contact our office for details on how you can give a matching gift.
PROGRAMS YOU CAN SUPPORT
Using the online form or printable mail-in form, you can direct your gift to any of our pro bono and community programs at NYCLA, including:
For more information on fundraising, events and how you can give back to NYCLA, contact the Development Office via email at email@example.com for more information on ways to give.
- Second Century Fund: Named in honor of NYCLA's long history and continued commitment to public service, this fund supports all of NYCLA's programs as well as provides general infrastructural support to the organization.
- NYCLA's Pro Bono Programs: Legal Counseling Project; U. S. Tax Court Project; Manhattan CLARO (Civil Legal Advice and Resource Office); Project Restore; State Central Registry Project; Veterans Discharge Upgrade Project; Unemployment Insurance Advocacy Project. Click here to learn more about our pro bono projects.
- The Hon. Harold Baer Jr. and Dr. Suzanne Baer Minority Judicial Internship Program, established in 1989 by former NYCLA President and United States District Court Judge Harold Baer and his wife, Dr. Suzanne Baer, selects up to six minority law students each year and places them in stipend-supported internships with both federal and state judges in the New York metropolitan area.
- The Edith I. Spivack Fund for Women in Law & Society, established in 2005, supports activities sponsored by NYCLA that further equal opportunity for women.
- NYCLA's Justice Center where prominent academics, leading legal practitioners and public officials come together to deliver meaningful educational programs for the public.