Ways to Give
Support FRLS in the most efficient way possible with a One Time, Monthly, Quarterly or Annual donation. Your generous gift will make a significant impact in the lives of individuals and families that we serve in hopes to improve justice overall.
FRLS works with corporations and foundations to create customized programs tailored to their interests, resources and target markets. Corporate partners raise money, improve efficiency and help improve civil justice.
Host a Fundraiser
Host a fun run/happy hour reception/golf outing to benefit FRLS
In Kind Donations
FRLS kindly accepts software, outreach space, advertising & catering donations. Please contact us if you have equipment to donate or if you have questions about donations.
Employee giving is an easy way for a company to involve their employees in something meaningful. You can create a culture of caring within your company. Suggested ideas:
- Host a workplace legal clinic and educate employees about their civil legal rights
- Create a Corporate Matching Gift Campaign and match the donations from employees to FRLS
- Implement a Dress Down Day Fundraiser to benefit FRLS
Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc. is part of the AmazonSmile program. For each eligible purchase you make on Amazon.com, 0.5% of the sale is donated to FRLS through AmazonSmile. Just click on THIS link and confirm that you want to help Florida Legal Services. Once you select Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc., we will receive a portion of your Amazon purchases.
To make a donation or to partner with FRLS to help increase access to justice through one of the above methods, contact Christine Cook at 863.688.7376 ext. 3014 or via email Christine.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.