We Can’t Do It Alone
Our smart, talented and tenacious staff – including lawyers, social workers, investigators and operations staff – fight every day to create a strong foundation of family, health and education. But we’re always looking for talented additions to our team.
500 pro bono attorneys help us expand our reach to serve more than 4,000 children and families each year
3,000 donors per year allow us to make meaningful change every day
100+ tenacious staff including lawyers, social workers and investigators get results for kids
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Though Children’s Law Center is one of the largest nonprofit legal providers in DC, many more children come to us than we can help. W…
At Children’s Law Center, we are always looking for talented, passionate individuals committed to making a positive impact on our community.
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You can change a child’s future today.
Children’s Law Center’s individual donors propel our work with DC children and families.
Law Firms and Corporations
Each year, the law firms and corporations we partner with show their renewed commitment to children’s health, education, and family lives.
Local and national foundations play an integral role in Children’s Law Center’s work with DC children and families.
Ways to Give
Children’s Law Center depends on the generosity of individuals, corporations, and foundations to make our work possible. As a result of their support, we are able to continue fighting – and winning – for thousands of DC children and families.
Become a Pro Bono Lawyer
Without pro bono assistance, many DC children and families could not receive the access to justice they deserve. We prepare pro bono lawyers to successfully meet this need for legal help, regardless of experience, through our commitment to high-quality training and mentoring.
Read Our 2022 Annual Report
The children and families we serve balance many moving pieces in their lives. While they may first come to us for help on one issue, we often find other pieces that need to come together to create the picture they want to build. Learn how we worked to create new possibilities for DC children and families in 2022.