HELP BREAK DOWN BARRIERS TO JUSTICE
Donate to SCLS with a tax-deductible gift through our secure, online giving platform.
Every gift matters and makes an immediate and lasting impact on the lives of low-income Snohomish families.
Snohomish County Legal Services is grateful for the generosity of our supporters! With your help, we were able to assist over 2,500 Snohomish County low-income families experiencing a civil legal crisis in 2022 — access to housing, a family law issue, debt relief (often due to medical costs), and assisting domestic and sexual abuse victims. Examples of how your gift directly impacts our community include:
- counsel and advice to an ailing senior citizen in creating an Advanced Medical Directive or other important documents;
- assistance with custody or parenting plans;
- maintaining public housing for seniors, persons with disabilities, Veterans, or those with mental health or substance abuse issues;
- assistance with Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing;
- maintaining access to housing and keeping people housed;
- And so much more!!!
Thank you for your support!!!
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Any amount ensures those living in poverty in Snohomish County can access free legal aid.
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