The generous financial support LASNNY receives from law firms and individual attorneys, corporations, foundations and the general public demonstrates solid community backing for our mission and is a reflection of our strong ties with the private bar, the business sector, and the communities we serve. You can help provide access to justice for thousands of New Yorkers by making a donation to LASNNY. By augmenting funding provided by a variety of federal, state, and local grants, and the United Way of Northeastern New York, such voluntary support enables LASNNY to provide access to justice to thousands of poor and low-income people who otherwise would have nowhere else to turn for help with their legal crises.
How You Can Support LASNNY
Use our convenient online donation form
Corporations, Law Firms, and individuals can participate in the Justice For All Annual Campaign
Leave a legacy with the Guardians of Justice
Donate through SEFA
In addition to helping LASNNY, you may be eligible for a tax deduction. Our vehicle donation program:
- Accepts any vehicle, anywhere in the United States;
- is free, fast and easy; and
- is a great alternative to expensive repairs or low trade-in values.
To learn more or to get started, click here or call (877) 999-8322
To request additional information about supporting LASNNY, inquire about making a donation, or notify us of address changes or other updates:
Contact us by calling or writing to:
Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York
Attention: Deanne Grimaldi, Development Director
55 Colvin Ave., Albany NY 12206
The Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York is a charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent by law. Tax ID# 30073.
All donations to the Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York will be expended in accordance with the Legal Services Corporation Act and 45 CFR Part 1610. For a copy of these laws or for any other information or clarifications, please call the LASNNY Development Office at (518) 689-6336.