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Thank You, United Way!

Big thanks to United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties, as well as United Way of Harrison County for their generous grants to help fund legal services for domestic violence victims in their service areas!  Their longtime, ongoing support has been key to our effort of keeping domestic violence survivors in North Central West Virginia safe.    

 

 

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Picture of Erica PullingErica Pulling, Director of Communications & Development

Every day in West Virginia, people come to us with legal issues that threaten their safety, their health, their homes and their livelihoods.  Often they’ve tried to work through problems on their own, but without an advocate to guide them through the systems of the court or government agencies, they have little chance of making their voices heard.

That’s where you come in:  by supporting Legal Aid of West Virginia, you help us provide desperately needed services to our state’s most vulnerable people – whether it’s a domestic violence victim seeking safety for herself and her children, a senior who is being financially exploited, or a veteran trying to access his earned benefits.  

As we stand with our clients, you stand with us to make equal justice for all a reality.

 

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Your support matters.  Especially to them.

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Ways to Give:

  • Cash or checks
  • Stock and other securities
  • Bequests or other types of planned giving
  • Corporate matching gifts 

Gifts can be made online, arranged directly by calling Legal Aid Director of Communications & Development Erica Pulling at 304-414-5438, or by sending via mail to:  Legal Aid of West Virginia, ATTN: Development, 922 Quarrier St., 4th Fl., Charleston WV  25301.

Because Legal Aid of West Virginia receives funding through the Legal Services Corporation (LSC ), the United States Congress requires notification be given to all our funders, including private donors, that Legal Aid of WV does not engage in advocacy activities prohibited by the LSC Act or LSC Appropriations Bills.