I had the honor of volunteering at a Standing with Our Neighbors community outreach event recently. And when I was a child, I could have been a client.
On March 21st, AVLF attended the inaugural Beloved Benefit, where we were recognized for our work in Atlanta’s Westside community.
Immigrant and Refugee Housing Coalition Invites AVLF Staff to Present on Tenants’ Rights and Domestic Violence
On March 6th, AVLF staff members discussed tenants’ rights and Protective Order basics at an Immigrant and Housing Coalition meeting at New American Pathways.
The annual PurSHOEing Justice event, now in its sixth year, raises crucial funding for AVLF’s Safe and Stable Families Project.
The recent renovations to the Safe Families Office are more than just an upgrade: they create a healing environment for survivors of domestic violence.
AVLF celebrates the success of our very first crowdfunding campaign, which raised over $13,000 in low-dollar matched donations to the SAFE Fund.
In his State of the Judiciary address, Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton shared how Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation’s Standing with Our Neighbors program is making an impact on Atlanta communities.
AVLF provides free children’s books to low income families who come to our Saturday Lawyer clinic, and we have a new wish list.
One AVLF staff attorney, who wishes to remain anonymous, tells us how her mother fought against the odds for better opportunities.
In the last year, the Safe and Stable Families Project has brought on five new team members to support survivors of intimate partner violence and grow our community partnerships.