Florida Rural Legal Services accepts monetary & in-kind support to help us provide free legal services to those in need. Please consider in making a donation today.  No matter the form of your donation, your support will help to ensure that our communities most fragile and vulnerable are provided with essential legal services to meet their most basic needs for housing, employment, education, civil rights, family security/public benefits, elder/family law and legal support for farmworkers.


In the past year, 86% of the civil legal problems reported by low-income Americans received inadequate or no legal help.

71% of low-income households experienced at least one civil legal problem in the last year, including problems with health care, housing conditions, disability access, veterans’ benefits, and  domestic violence.


To donate and volunteer:

Or you can donate by sending your contributions to:

Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc.
1321 East Memorial Blvd, Suite 101
Lakeland, Florida 33802
Attention: Administration


FRLS is funded in part by the Legal Services Corporation (LSC).  As a condition of the funding it receives from the LSC, FRLS is restricted from engaging in certain activities in all of its legal work, including work supported by other funding sources.  As such, FRLS may not expend any funds for any activity prohibited by the LSC Act, 42 US Code, Section 2996 et seq., or Public Law 104-134.  For a copy of these laws or for further clarification, please contact the Administrative Office of FRLS. 

Contributions benefit Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc. a not for profit tax exempt organization. ACOPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE OF FLORIDA 1-800-435-7352 OR BY VISITING THEIR WEBSITE AT http://csapp.800helpfla.com/cspublicapp/CheckACharity/CheckACharity.aspx . REGISTRATION#CH5251. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. Florida Rural Legal Services received 100% of each contribution with $0 going to a professional solicitor.