Who We Fund

LFW funds civil justice organizations serving low-income families in Washington State. We partner with organizations providing direct civil legal aid, impact litigation, policy reform, and systemic advocacy. We seek to partner with organizations that are client-centered, community-based, and anti-racist in their approach.

Each year, LFW provides funding to around 40 civil justice organizations across Washington, through recurring Partnership Grants, Race Equity Grants, and Special Grants.

Interested in applying for a grant? Explore our current opportunities.

We currently support the following organizations:

Benefits Law Center
Benton Franklin Legal Aid
Blue Mountain Action Council
Chelan-Douglas Volunteer Attorney Services
Clallam-Jefferson Pro Bono Lawyers
Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program
Colectiva Legal del Pueblo
Columbia Legal Services
Communities Rise
Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Legal Aid
Disability Rights Washington
Eastside Legal Assistance Program
Fair Work Center
Global Rights Advocacy
Gonzaga University’s Removal Defense Project
King County Bar Association
Kitsap Legal Services
Korean Women’s Association
La Casa Hogar
Laurel Rubin Farmworker Justice Project
Lavender Rights Project
LAW Advocates of Whatcom County
Legal Counsel for Youth and Children



Living with Conviction
Northwest Health Law Advocates
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Northwest Justice Project
Pacific County Immigrant Support
QLaw Foundation of Washington
Scholarship Junkies
Seattle Clemency Project
Skagit Legal Aid
Snohomish County Legal Services
Solid Ground
South King County Discipline Coalition
Spokane County Bar Association
Tacomaprobono Community Lawyers
Thurston County Volunteer Legal Services
Tulalip Foundation
Unemployment Law Project
Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network
The Way to Justice
Wenatchee for Immigrant Justice
West African Community Council
Yakima County Volunteer Attorney Services




Note: some organizations operate remotely and/or without a physical office.