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February 25, 2013

Vermont Bar Foundation Access to Justice Campaign

IT’S NOT TOO LATE! You can still make your contribution to the Vermont Bar Foundation’s Access to Justice Campaign.

“Your generous donation to Campaign 2012 will help to ensure that the Fellowship continues.  This year, strong support for Campaign 2012 will mean additional dollars for Vermont Bar Foundation grantees.”  Sam Hoar, Co-Chair of the 2012 Campaign

“There is an increased need for civil legal services, yet Vermont Bar Foundation revenue has declined as has funding for the organizations providing those services.  The Vermont Poverty Law Fellow works to meet the escalating need.”  Scott McGee, Co-Chair of the 2012 Campaign

As you know, the campaign’s support for Vermont’s Poverty Law Fellowship has made possible the outstanding work of Grace Pazdan on the foreclosure crisis,  Jessica Radbord’s coordination of post-Irene work with FEMA, and now James(Jay) Diaz on housing and family issues that will help free children and families from the intergenerational effects of poverty.

Vermont Attorneys Title Corporation has pledged a matching grant.  What better way to help those most in need then to make a contribution equivalent to ONE BILLABLE HOUR, or any amount you wish and have it go twice as far!

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mail your check to:

Vermont Bar Foundation- ATJ
Box 1170
Montpelier, Vermont 05601

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