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The Atlanta Bar Foundation is the charitable arm of the Atlanta Bar Association and a Section 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization. All contributions to the Foundation are tax deductible according to law. Consider one of these many ways of giving!



A donation in any amount is a great way to support important programs of the Atlanta Bar that help develop young lawyers, such as the Summer Law Internship Program and the Minority and Diversity Clerkship Program. It also gives aid to organizations  and programs that the Atlanta Bar help found which includes the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, Truancy Intervention Project, Atlanta Santa Project and Atlanta Legal Aid Society, along with other community organizations that provide access to justice and provide important services to impact the lives of underserved men, women and children in our community.


When you receive your annual dues statement from the Atlanta Bar Association, a voluntary $30 contribution to the Foundation is included. Although this amount may appear nominal, when included with other members’ contributions, your donation significantly increases the ability of the Foundation to support the charitable aims and goals of the Atlanta Bar Association.


Purchasing a ticket to the LawJam: Battle of the Lawyer Bands annual concert or A Courthouse Line musical theatre production, or signing up to participate in The Legal Runaround 5K race allows you to enjoy a great time out for a great cause. Consider becoming an event sponsor!


Lifetime Fellows are leading contributors to the Atlanta Bar Foundation and create an ongoing legacy of support by making a one-time $1000 contribution. After fulfilling the Lifetime Fellows pledge, Sustaining Fellows continue their support with an annual minimum contribution of $150.


Your gift, provided as a tribute, recognizes and commemorates a significant event in the life of a friend, relative or colleague. The Foundation will notify the individual to acknowledge that you have made a gift in their honor.  
Your contribution, given as a memorial, honors the life of a friend, relative or colleague. When a memorial gift is made, we will notify the family of the individual to acknowledge your kind gift.


A bequest is a straightforward method of giving and can be a percentage of an estate, property or a specific dollar amount.  Other forms of planned giving include trusts, gifts of securities, property, life insurance or the like. Gifts of appreciated assets, such as securities, property or life insurance, can provide an excellent way to redistribute assets and provide a more significant gift with a smaller outlay of cash. If you are considering a planned gift to the Foundation, please contact the Foundation Executive Director. We also advise that you work with a tax advisor when considering planned gifts to the Foundation.



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