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5th Annual Golf Tournament
June 2, 2014

Registration is open. Register here: www.lacbf.org/golf



15th green, Tournament Players Club

Don't miss the 5TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT, on June 2, 2014, at the beautiful Tournament Players Club in Valencia (TPC Valencia). You'll play 18 holes on a PGA-certified course and have an opportunity to compete in fun course challenges to win prizes including $1,000,000 and a new car! End the day with a kick-back BBQ where you get a chance to win great raffle items and be presented a trophy, that is, if your team is a winner.

Your contribution will enable us to support the Los Angeles County Bar Association's public service projects which provide critical and, in some cases, lifesaving help to victims of domestic violence, those living with HIV & AIDS, families seeking legal immigration to the U.S., and veterans. Last year alone — through the financial contributions of our sponsors like you and attorneys volunteering to represent clients — LACBA's projects helped more than 20,000 individuals and provided over $3.6 million in pro bono legal services.

Make sure to sign up soon; last year's tournament sold out!




The 5th Annual
Los Angeles County Bar Foundation
GOLF TOURNAMENT

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 Our Purpose and Organization
Family For 50 years, the Los Angeles County Bar Foundation has been at the forefront of supporting equal access to legal services for the poor. The Foundation raises money and distributes it to worthy legal services organizations in Los Angeles County. With the help of volunteer lawyers and the financial support of law firms, foundations, corporations, and individual lawyers throughout the area, the Foundation has contributed to the growth of highly effective, non-profit organizations providing legal services to the most needy in our community.

Through its 44 volunteer board members, the Foundation evaluates grant applications and distributes the funds it raises to worthy legal services organizations. The Foundation enjoys an ongoing relationship with its grant recipients and regularly monitors their operations and services.



Domestic Violence Project  Giving victims of abuse and their families a chance for a safe life. Prepares Temporary Restraining Order requests, provides preparation for judicial hearings and pro bono attorneys for court representation.  Read more...
Immigration Legal Assistance Project Keeping families together. Provides legal assistance to those seeking information on political asylum, green cards, work permits, family petitions, citizenship, and helps students with Dream Act applications. Read more... 
AIDS Legal Services Project Providing a lifeline to dignity and fundamental rights. Helps stop discrimination and protects the rights, benefits, and dignity of those living with HIV and AIDS. Read more... 
LACBA Veterans Project  Providing free legal assistance and representation to veterans. Supports the training and deployment of pro bono attorneys to assist veterans with family law matters, immigration, and outstanding ticket and warrant resolution. Read more...
Center for Civic Mediation  Creating common ground. Promotes a more harmonious and civil community throughout Los Angeles by teaching, inspiring and helping elementary and high school students, and adults find peaceful resolutions to personal, school, organizational and community conflict. Read more...

A great many of the Foundation's other grant recipients are smaller, grass roots organizations that do not enjoy the benefits that name recognition lends to a solicitation effort.

The Foundation was incorporated in 1963 as a nonprofit public benefit corporation and is organized and operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes within the meaning of Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Almost $8 million has been distributed since its founding.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Los Angeles County Bar Foundation is to improve the administration of justice and the delivery of legal services; to cultivate understanding of and respect for the rule of law; and to render assistance to the poor, the neglected, and the most vulnerable.

 

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