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Call Us at: 954-736-2400 | Open Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm


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Every $1 invested in CCLA programs returns $7 in economic benefits to the community

Why Donate to CCLA?

Every year Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida provides critical legal assistance to thousands of low-income residents of Broward County who could otherwise not afford it. Still, 85% of those in need of legal assistance go unserved due to a lack of funding and resources. Donations from members and caring individuals in the  community play a major role in our work assisting victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, and families and seniors in need of public assistance or facing foreclosure.

Donate securely online – your tax-deductible gift will help Broward County’s underserved communities get the free civil legal services they so desperately need!

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Impact people’s lives positively alongside
a reputable and beloved organization

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Help survivors of domestic violence,
seniors, and Veterans

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Donor recognition on our website, social
media, and at legal community events

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Challenges faced by our community

  • Broward County has an estimated 1.9 million residents
  • Nearly 300,000 live in poverty and cannot afford legal help
  • There is 1 full-time CCLA attorney for every 5,600 people in need
  • Florida leads the nation in ID theft and fraud among the poor and elderly
  • Florida is home to the third largest population of Veterans
  • Approximately 15% of Broward residents lack health insurance; 44% of our clients are uninsured
J Lipmann

“We know that there are never going to be enough lawyers, and we do not have enough money to serve everyone with a legal issue. However, I am working hard to be one of the agents of rapid, effective, and high impact change. I have gained many personal benefits from doing pro bono work, but most importantly, doing this work reminds me why I chose to be a lawyer in the first place. The personal reward gained from donating my time and money far outweighs any amount I could ever give.”

Juliette E. Lippman, Esq.
Past President, Florida Bar Foundation
Partner, Birnbaum, Lippman & Gregoire , PLLC

Other Ways to Give

In Memoriam: Make a donation in memory of a loved one or friend. To make a secure, check or online, tax-deductible donation contact

Cy Pres Awards: In class action lawsuits a fund is created for payment of damages. After class members’ claims are paid, there often are residual funds remaining. Under the doctrine of Cy Pres, judges and class counsel can recommend that residual funds be awarded to fund legal service programs. To learn how to nominate CCLA as a Cy Pres Awards recipient, please contact

Shop Amazon Smile: When you shop at you’ll find the exact same prices and shopping experience as, however Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to CCLA. You use your regular account so your shopping cart, lists, and account settings remain the same. To shop, go to and select Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida.

GivingTuesday: The average #GivingTuesday donation across charities nationwide last year was $140. While no gift is too small, we are calling on members of the community to “raise the bar” by encouraging a minimum donation of $150 to CCLA this #GivingTuesday – November 29, 2022. Donate today!

NOTE: Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida (CCLA) is a 501(c)(3) corporation registered with the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer services #CH19226. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free 1-800-435-7352 within the state or visiting Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the State. CCLA is a Legal Services Corporation (LSC) grantee. CCLA is required to notify donors that our funds may not be used in any manner inconsistent with the Legal Services Corporation Act or Section 504 of Public Law 104-134. The LSC Act and regulations may be viewed at

Every $1 invested in CCLA programs returns $7 in economic benefits to the community