As in other disasters, legal aid will be there to help Texans recover from the winter storm that ravaged our state. From assistance in applying for FEMA help to landlord/tenant issues, contract work disputes, insurance and consumer issues and more--legal aid helps Texans struggling with essential civil legal needs.


Please help SUPPORT EMERGENCY LEGAL SERVICES

Some of the most vulnerable Texans are still dealing with the impact of COVID, including lost jobs, homes, healthcare, and are now facing the effects of a damaging winter storm.

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GIVE by mail:
If you prefer to mail your donation, please send this form, along with your tax-deductible donation, to:

Texas Access to Justice Foundation
Re: Emergency Legal Aid Fund
P.O. Box 12886
Austin, Texas 78711-2886


Thank you for your support!

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