You can be a hero every day.
Legal Aid couldn’t exist without the generous support of volunteers, partners and financial donors. When you support Legal Aid, you change the lives of your fellow Minnesotans. As we begin our second century of service, Legal Aid sees a higher need for services than ever before. Our communities face rapidly increasing needs around legal services for abuse, eviction, safe housing, access to health care, and helping seniors and people with disabilities live as independently as possible. At the same time, federal and state support is diminishing.
Donate Today Your support allows us to meet these increasing demands and to continue serving clients for another century.
We invest nearly 85% of your contributions in services that change the lives of our clients, and therefore you are investing towards a better community.
Your support allows us to meet these increasing demands and to continue serving clients for another century.
Law Day Dinner
Co-sponsored by The Fund for Legal Aid and the Hennepin County Bar Association, the annual Law Day Dinner raises funds and recognizes the lawyers and donors who make Legal Aid possible.
One Hour of Sharing Campaign
Donate an amount equal to one or more billable hours (or the equivalent of an hour of your salary). Participate as an associate, individual attorney, or as a law firm.
Making a planned gift to Legal Aid ensures that your passion for justice will be part of your legacy, leading by example, for others to give back.
Your gift to Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid – any amount, in any form – allows us to provide real help to real people, every day.
The Fund for Legal Aid The organization behind our funding success.
The Fund for Legal Aid is more than a fundraising organization; it's a community that comes together to support justice. Through fund-raising initiatives such as the Law Day Dinner and One Hour of Sharing, The Fund’s work dramatically improves lives and makes our community stronger. When you contribute your resources to The Fund, you contribute to protecting the rights of those who need it most.