If you are interested in donating for our Clinic & Events, please contact Tasha Hernandez.
Texas Access to Justice Foundation is the leading funder of legal aid in Texas. They are committed to the vision that all Texans, regardless of income, will have equal access to the civil justice system. With TAJF funding, legal aid organizations provide assistance in civil matters to more than 100,000 low-income Texans each year.
A big thank you to St. Calvary Episcopal Church (806 Thompson Road, Richmond, Texas 77469) for their allowing us to hold our walk-in legal clinics at their facilities
The Fort Bend County Bar Association was organized to promote the following:
Fostering high ethical and professional standards among lawyers. Devotion to the improvement of the legal profession and the legal community as a whole. The facilitation of the administration of justice. The preservation of high standards of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession. The cultivation of a spirit of brotherhood and good fellowship among the members.
Fort Bend Lawyers Care wants to thank The Fort Bend Junior Service League for the gracious donation given to Fort Bend Lawyers Care. Sugar Plum Market and Luncheon was a beautiful event. FBJSL's hard work is greatly appreciated by FBLC and the low-income residents of Fort Bend County in need of Civil legal services.
Fort Bend Lawyers Care is grateful for the continuing support of The George Foundation. The George Foundation has as its mission to partner with the Fort Bend County community to leverage the Foundation's resources to positively impact Fort Bend County and its residents. Its vision is a thriving non-profit sector that addresses critical community needs, enhances the quality of life and provides opportunities to Fort Bend County residents. Fort Bend Lawyers Care is proud to partner with The George Foundation to better serve the low-income residents of Fort Bend County.
Fort Bend Lawyers CARE (FBLC) extends sincere gratitude and appreciation to the Texas Bar Foundation for granting FBLC $10,000. The Texas Bar Foundationís grant enables FBLC to render pro bono legal assistance to Fort Bend County residents who are representing themselves (pro se) in a civil court of law. Since its inception in 1965, the Texas Bar Foundation has awarded more than $12 million in grants to law-related programs. Supported by members of the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Bar Foundation is the nationís largest charitably-funded bar foundation. FBLCís mission is to provide equal access to justice to low-income Fort Bend County residents in need of legal assistance for civil legal matters through volunteer lawyers.