491 N. State Road 7
Plantation, FL 33317
(954) 765-8950
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Your Tax-Deductible Donation Ensures Access to Justice

Donate online today through a secure website where your tax-deductible gift will help Broward County’s underserved communities get the free civil legal services they so desperately need. The information you provide here is safe and will not be shared.

Did you know that Legal Aid Service of Broward County (LAS) assists over 10,000 family members and over 3000 children each year at no charge?

As a nonprofit organization, Legal Aid relies on contributions to continue providing free legal services to the underprivileged residents of Broward County and our many advocacy projects.

Among the many legal services provided, Legal Aid helps: abused children in foster care, the homeless, children in need of special education, victims of domestic violence and families losing their homes to foreclosure.





To make a donation by mail, please print and complete this form:

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Then mail this form with your check made payable to Legal Aid Service of Broward County or your credit card information to this address:

Legal Aid Service of Broward County
P.O. BOX 120910
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312-0016


Monetary Donations to Pro Bono

While direct representation is the most common method for attorneys to fulfill their pro bono obligation, the importance of financial contributions to our pro bono program should not be overlooked.

Simply make your $350 (minimum) contribution online today through a secure website. The information you provide here is safe and will not be shared. Read more…


Make a donation to Tracey McPharlin Pro Bono Dependency Project

The Tracey McPharlin Pro Bono Dependency Recruitment Initiative was launched in memory of Tracey McPharlin. In a career that lasted only 10 years, Tracey did a lifetime of work that improved and continues to improve the lives of foster children. The goal of this initiative is to recruit, train and support attorneys who will carry on Tracey’s work by representing at risk children at all proceedings affecting their safety, permanency, health, and well-being.


Corporate Giving and sponsorship of Legal Aid Service of Broward County is a profound way for your company to have a tremendous impact on the lives of the more than 10,000 underprivileged people we serve each year. Whether you target your gift, make a general fund donation, or sponsor one of our events, your corporate gift will significantly improve access to Justice For All for the underprivileged residents of Broward County.

Through your corporate philanthropic efforts, you show your customers/clients and employees that you care about your community. You will also receive tax benefits.

Other benefits of Corporate Giving:

  • Increased positive name recognition and brand awareness
  • Networking opportunities with key community leaders and official
  • Healthier and economically stronger communities

In-kind donations are donations of new or gently used office supplies and toys. These donations are extremely valuable to Legal Aid Service of Broward County (LAS) and critical to the sustainability of our organization. This type of charitable donation can be made by individuals or organizations. Some examples of office supplies include: laptops, printers, scanners, fax machines, desks, conference room tables etc. For more information please contact:

For more information on CORPORATE or IN KIND GIVING please contact:

Melisa Malone, Director of Development
491 North State Road 7 Plantation, Florida 33317
Direct: (954) 736-2470 mmalone@legalaid.org


Legal Aid Service of Broward County is a 501 (c)(3) corporation registered with the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services #SC-02337. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free 1.800.435.7352 within the State or visiting www.FloridaConsumerHelp.com. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.