Due to a scarcity of resources, too many low-income individuals are unable to get the legal help they need. You can help bridge the justice gap by donating to the MCVLP, which is an investment in our community.
For more than 35 years, the MCVLP has relied on the generosity of donors and supporters to provide quality, critical civil legal services to the neediest residents of Madison County, harnessing the powerful pro bono dedication of the private bar to ensure equal access to justice.
We cannot do it alone. On behalf of the Board of Directors, the MCVLP staff, and the clients we serve, thank you for partnering with us to provide much needed hope to those in need.
Here are ways you can donate to MCVLP
You may make your secure, tax-deductible donation today through PayPal using the button below.
If you prefer to mail your contribution to our office, please send the Mail in Donation form with your check to us at Post Office Box 2913, Huntsville, AL 35804. Please make checks payable to “MCVLP”.
Giving to the MCVLP allows corporations and firms to make a difference in the lives of thousands of low-income individuals on an annual basis.
Join us as a sponsor of our major fundraising event, Pro Bono Brews, or partner with the MCVLP through cause-related marketing to enhance the social and community values of your business.
Establish a matching gift program to make your employees' donations go even further.
When you shop through Amazon Smile, the Amazon Smile Foundation will donate 0.5% of your total purchases to the MCVLP. When you shop, stock up, or stream, you are automatically supporting the MCVLP! All it takes are a few simple clicks to connect you to Amazon Smile.
By including a bequest to the MCVLP in your will or living trust, you are ensuring that we can continue our mission for years to come. Please consult with your professional tax advisor or attorney on the best way to include the MCVLP in your estate plan.
Cy Press Awards
When a class action is tried or settled, it is sometimes impossible to distribute all of the award money. Sometimes it is because class members cannot be reached or identified. Other times it is not economically feasible to distribute the money to the entire class, like when the cash distribution is less than the cost of mailing the check. When an award cannot be distributed to some or all of the class members, the law permits the money to be given to a charitable organization. This allows the money to indirectly benefit the class members by advancing the public interest.