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Our organization is able to continue its mission because of your support and generosity. By contributing to a campaign listed below, you'll help ensure that our work continues. Online donations are quick and easy using our secure credit card transactions. We welcome donations of all sizes and payment plans – whether it's a one-time gift, a monthly contribution or part of a matching gifts program.

General FLF Donation » Donate Online

When you make a donation to the Fairfax Law Foundation, your contribution supports programs which serve Fairfax County residents.

In Memoriam FLF Donation » Donate Online

Honor the memory of a family member or friend with a caring gift in their name. Your donation will remember the life and memory of someone special while enabling the FLF to continue its mission to provide law-related education to our youth and community, provide direct legal assistance to the indigent and those with special needs, and promote access to and improvements in the justice system.

First Hour Campaign » Donate Online

The First Hour Campaign is one of the Fairfax Law Foundation's primary fundraisers. We ask you, as practicing attorneys, to donate the value of one billable hour to help us underwrite the Foundation's pro bono and public service efforts. Your contributions makes all the difference to the FLF's ability to promote the ideals of justice that we all believe in.

FLF Non-Event Event » Donate Online

Instead of another gala, enjoy the evening staying warm at home knowing that you have made a difference through your generous donation to the Fairfax Law Foundation. Your gift will help the Fairfax Law Foundation advance its mission of providing law-related education to our youth and community, providing direct legal assistance to the indigent and those with special needs, and promoting access to and improvements in the justice system.

Adopt-a-School » Donate Online

Since 1995, the Fairfax Law Foundation has sponsored the Court Tour Program for eighth grade students in Fairfax County. Due to Fairfax County budget cuts, the Court Tour Program cannot continue without the help of sponsors. By pledging $500, your sponsorship will enable eighth grade students to participate in the Court Tour Program which has been an element of the Standards of Learning for over ten years, and is an integral part of the curriculum for eighth grade Civics classes.

Northern Virginia Pro Bono Law Center » Donate Online 

The Northern Virginia Pro Bono Law Center serves poverty and low-income clients with civil legal matters through the work of its dedicated attorney volunteers. The services are provided without charge to the clients. Volunteer private practice attorneys are solicited by the Law Center to provide free legal guidance and/or representation through its many programs.

Society of Fellows » Donate Online

The Fairfax Law Foundation is committed to providing a wide range of programs that carry out its mission of providing educational and charitable activities to benefit our community. By becoming a Fellow of the Law Foundation, you will be instrumental in supporting its important work, enabling us to continue and expand existing programs, while creating new and innovative programs as needs arise.

Back-to-School Supply Drive » Donate Online

The unfortunate reality is that back to school time can be a huge burden on a growing number of families who struggle each year to provide their children with school supplies. Before the start of each school year, the FBA Paralegal Section, in a collaborative effort with the Fairfax Law Foundation, help several children through New Hope Housing and FACET's programs by purchasing school supplies necessary for a successful future.

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Valentine's Day Project » Donate Online

Give the gift of reading! Each year in January and February, the Fairfax Bar Association Paralegal Section works in conjunction with the Fairfax Law Foundation to purchase new books (hard and paperback), as well as toiletries, journals, and personal items for 12 young women and 22-24 young men in the residential correctional programs of Fairfax County.

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