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Since 1984, LFW has distributed more than $200 million to Washington’s legal aid community.

The Legal Foundation of Washington is a non-profit created by the Washington Supreme Court to build support for civil legal aid across the state.

Blog: Speaking Up for Civil Legal Aid in the Other Washington

The annual Equal Justice Coalition trip to Washington, D.C. brings civil legal aid leaders from our state to Congress to speak up for access to justice. On April 9-11, 2019, the EJC joined advocates from around the country for the American Bar A...

The Endowment has contributed $4M to LFW over the past five ...

The Endowment for Equal Justice raises private, unrestricted funds to secure justice for future generations. Reach 20 is the Endowment's effort to bring the principal to $20M by 2020, enabling it to disburse $1M annually to LFW.

Apply for the 2021 Goldmark Equal Access to Justice Internsh...

The Goldmark Equal Access to Justice Internship is a 10-week paid summer internship for 2nd and 3rd year law students. LFW is currently accepting applications from students for the 2021 internship. Application deadline is November 6, 2020.

The Impact of Your Support

Poverty should never stand in the way of justice. It's why you care enough to support our work. And it's why our grantees work so hard to ensure equal justice for families facing civil legal challenges. Our Annual Report highlights the amazing work made possible thanks to your support.