Other Ways to Support Free Law Project
There are many ways to support our mission. Financial support via direct donations is usually the best way to help because it gives us the most flexibility to do our work, but we appreciate other forms of support too.
Below are some other ways to support Free Law Project.
We are set up with most corporate giving platforms and this is often a powerful way to increase your gift. If your corporate giving platform does not yet list Free Law Project, please let us know — we'll get that fixed.
If you are a leader at an organization, we would love to have you among our sponsors. Read our organizational sponsorships page to learn more.
There are a few other ways to donate:
You can shop using Amazon Smile and give us a percentage of every purchase you make.
PayPal Giving Fund will cover your credit card fees when you donate via their website.
You can donate to Free Law Project when buying and selling on Nextdoor through their "Sell for Good" initiative.
You can make a charitable stock donation. To facilitate the transfer of securities, please use the following information:
- Brokerage Firm: National Financial Services
- Account Name: Free Law Project
- Account Number: 0BP-803-269
- DTC#: 0226
- Tax ID: 46-3342480
Once the transaction is complete or if you need assistance, please email email@example.com so we can verify the transaction, thank you for your support, and issue a tax receipt for your gift. You may find it convenient to email a copy of the letter of authorization from your broker to this address.
We do not support cryptocurrency for various reasons.
Your Personal Skills
We always need help with:
If you know Django, React, Solr, AWS, or other technologies, we'd love your help fixing bugs or building new features.
Fundraising, Grants, and Connections
Know somebody that might be a good supporter? Have connections at foundations? Are you a grant-writer with some time? We could use your help.
Data Specialists & Librarians
Our data goes deep. We need help from folks that can research centuries-old data to the ground, and we need help just cleaning things up.