Help ensure that the National LGBTQ+ Bar Foundation continues its work to increase LGBTQ+ diversity in the legal profession until such time as LGBTQ+ legal professionals are recognized without discrimination, stigma, or negative bias.
Your contribution — be it $10, $100 or $1,000 —will allow us to continue to fight for the fair treatment of LGBTQ+ individuals in the legal profession, and the inclusion of our issues and our community.
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The LGBTQ+ Bar is able to continue its efforts to advance LGBTQ+ equality in and through the legal profession because of your support. Donate here!
Support the LGBTQ+ Bar year-round. Make a recurring donation today by clicking the “Recurring Monthly Donation (until cancelled)” option under the Donation Type field!
Become a part of the LGBTQ+ Bar’s leadership donor council by supporting our organization with a minimum of $1,200 per calendar year. Your donation can be a one-time or monthly gift and will help support the Bar’s critical work in the legal community.
Some companies and organizations have gift programs that match employees’ charitable contributions. That means your gift can be doubled to support the National LGBTQ+ Bar Foundation.
To find out if your employer offers a matching gift program, contact your Human Resources Department.
Donating stock to the National LGBTQ+ Bar Foundation is a mutually beneficial way to support our work. Stock donations provide you with considerable tax benefits, including savings on capital gains and income taxes. Discuss your donation with your tax advisor to learn more about possible tax benefits.
To donate a gift of stock to the National LGBTQ+ Bar Foundation, please contact Paul Thaler at (202) 637-7661 or email@example.com.
Estate planning is a tax-wise method for you to prepare for the future. Talk to your financial or legal advisor about ways you can leave a lasting gift to the National LGBTQ+ Bar Foundation, including bequests; appreciated assets; or naming the National LGBTQ+ Bar Foundation as a beneficiary of your insurance policy, pension plan, or bank account. Click here for more information about including the National LGBTQ+ Bar Foundation in your estate plan.