LFW 2021 Annual Report

Congratulations to the 2022 Race Equity Grantees!

LFW currently supports more than 40 organizations across Washington.

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The Campaign for Equal Justice turned 30!

Thank you to everyone who’s been with us these past three decades to fund civil justice in Washington State. Since 1992, we’ve raised over $33 million to support LFW’s grant program and helped hundreds of thousands of families access legal aid.

Celebrate 30 years of the Campaign for Equal Justice by donating $30 or become a Justice League member with a recurring gift of $30 a month.

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In 2015, when Ferman Amado and 53 other farmworker families joined together to file a class action case as they were experiencing unfair housing practices in a mobile home park in Eastern Washington due to the park owner overcharging tenants and threatening eviction when they failed to immediately pay.

Thankfully with the help from Columbia Legal Services, LFW’s largest grantee, they reached a settlement that included monetary relief and a 5-year consent decree to protect the rights of these tenants to maintain their housing.

However, the park owner repeatedly violated this decree and subsequently filed for bankruptcy.

In 2021 the tenants created a cooperative to purchase the park with assistance from the Northwest Cooperative Development Center.

We are proud to have funded the Columbia Legal Services and helped this community continue to maintain affordable housing in their neighborhood.

Read more in our annual report: online.fliphtml5.com/mcycm/ylok/
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In 2015, when Ferman Amado and 53 other farmworker families joined together to file a class action case as they were experiencing unfair housing practices in a mobile home park in Eastern Washington due to the park owner overcharging tenants and threatening eviction when they failed to immediately pay. 

Thankfully with the help from Columbia Legal Services, LFW’s largest grantee, they reached a settlement that included monetary relief and a 5-year consent decree to protect the rights of these tenants to maintain their housing.

However, the park owner repeatedly violated this decree and subsequently filed for bankruptcy. 

In 2021 the tenants created a cooperative to purchase the park with assistance from the Northwest Cooperative Development Center. 

We are proud to have funded the Columbia Legal Services and helped this community continue to maintain affordable housing in their neighborhood. 

Read more in our annual report: https://online.fliphtml5.com/mcycm/ylok/

Who we are

LFW funds civil legal aid, impact litigation, policy reform, and systemic advocacy in Washington State.

What we’re about

LFW believes that creating equal justice requires undoing systemic racial oppression.