About the Texas Access to Justice Foundation
The Texas Access to Justice Foundation is the leading funder of legal aid in Texas. The organization is committed to the vision that all Texans will have equal access to justice, regardless of their income.
The Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was created by the Supreme Court of Texas in 1984 to administer the newly implemented Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts (IOLTA) Program. Since then, TAJF has diversified its funding sources to include public funding and private donations.
The Foundation grants millions of dollars per year to approximately 40 organizations statewide that provide free civil legal assistance to low-income Texans. With TAJF grants, legal aid organizations provide free legal assistance in civil matters, such as protection from domestic violence and assistance with housing issues, to more than 100,000 low-income Texans each year.
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Help for sexual assault survivors - Corpus Christi Caller-Times
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One reason so many veterans are homeless? They can't afford lawyers. - Washington Post
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Investing in Justice: Legal Aid for Survivors of Sexual Assault. - Philanthropy Southwest
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Rape survivors on a mission to help others... - Dallas Morning News
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