Many generous funders, both public and private, protect the legal rights of vulnerable people by investing in Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (SLLS). We are proud that our support from state and local government, bar associations, private attorneys, foundations, and corporations has grown in recent years.

We hope you will join these generous donors in the fight for fairness by investing in civil legal aid. Click below to donate online or mail your donation to: Southeast Louisiana Legal Services; PO Drawer 2867; Hammond, LA 70404.

Our Sponsors & Donors

Federal Government

Internal Revenue Service (Taxpayer Advocate Program); U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; U.S. Department of Justice; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Local Government

Baton Rouge City Court; Capital Area Agency on Aging; City of Baton Rouge Parish of East Baton Rouge; City of New Orleans; Civil District Court (Orleans); East Baton Rouge Council on Aging; Jefferson Parish OCD; Lafourche Parish Council on Aging; Livingston Council on Aging; Livingston Parish Clerk of Court; Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement; Plaquemines Council on Aging; St. Charles Council on Aging; St. Helena Clerk of Court; St. James Council on Aging; St. John Council on Aging; St. Tammany Council on Aging (COAST); Terrebonne Council on Aging; Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government; 19th Judicial Family Court for the Parish of East Baton Rouge; 21st Judicial District Court (Tangipahoa, Livingston, St. Helena); 22nd Judicial District Court (St. Tammany and Washington); 24th Judicial District Court for the Parish of Jefferson; 34th Judicial District (St. Bernard)

Our Community & Legal Partners

SLLS regularly partners with other nonprofit legal organizations and social service agencies to increase access to justice for vulnerable people. Through these partnerships, we provide pro bono activities to attorneys throughout our service area. Additionally, we connect our clients to organizations who can help with their non-legal needs. We also ensure that our most vulnerable clients can meet with our attorneys in settings where they feel safe and can easily access our help. These partnerships include:

The Baton Rouge Bar Association supports SLLS' mission by recruiting pro bono attorneys to represent clients we refer. BRBA also conducts community based legal clinics in the greater Baton Rouge area.

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