The California Access to Justice Commission received compelling and impressive proposals for Legal Aid Infrastructure & Innovation projects. Whether posited as an “infrastructure” or an “innovation” grant, these grants have potential for far-reaching impact, and serve a range of constituencies, including, immigrants, seniors, veterans, workers, children, and students.
Of the 69 letters of intent received, the Access to Justice Commission has awarded 47 grants. Details about the grants funded are set forth in the Report on Grant Recommendations.
We are thrilled to partner with and the Judicial Council of California to support the following organizations:
- AIDS Legal Referral Panel of the San Francisco Bay Area
- Alameda County Homeless Action Center
- Alliance for Children’s Rights
- California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
- California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice
- California Indian Legal Services
- California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
- California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.
- Center for Gender and Refugee Studies – California, Inc.
- Central California Legal Services, Inc.
- Centro Legal de la Raza
- Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking
- Contra Costa Senior Legal Services
- Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund
- East Bay Community Law Center
- East Bay Sanctuary
- Elder Law & Advocacy
- Family & Children’s Law Center
- Family Violence Appellate Project
- Inner City Law Center
- KIND, Inc
- Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights (SF Bay Area)
- Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability
- Learning Rights Law Center
- Legal Access Alameda
- Legal Aid at Work
- Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County
- Legal Aid of Marin
- Legal Aid Society of San Diego
- Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County
- Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice
- Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County
- Oasis Legal Services
- Open Door Legal
- Peoples College of Law
- Public Advocates, Inc.
- Public Interest Law Project
- Public Law Center
- Root & Rebound
- San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program
- San Luis Obispo Legal Assistance Foundation
- Senior Citizens Legal Services
- The TransLatin@ Coalition
- Veterans Legal Institute
Please feel free to review the Award Information for details about each grantee’s project.
The Legal Aid Infrastructure & Innovation Grants Selection Committee was comprised of members with diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise. The Selection Committee met over the course of five months to carefully review and select recommended grant recipients for Executive Committee approval. Learn more about the Legal Aid Infrastructure & Innovation Grants Selection Committee.
Learn more about the Legal Aid Infrastructure & Innovation Grants.