Fundraising Gala

  

April 27, 2022
AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center
Austin, Texas

The Texas Access to Justice Commission, with its co-sponsor the State Bar of Texas, will host its annual Champions of Justice Gala Benefiting Veterans April 27, 2022.

Proceeds from the Gala, in combination with other funding, allows the Texas Access to Justice Foundation to distribute grants to organizations that provide services to veterans.

For sponsorship opportunities, download a  2022 Sponsorship Form (PDF)

or online through PayPal at:

Sponsorships or Tickets
 

 

For sponsorship and/or ticket information, please contact David Bristow, dbristow@texasbar.com or 512.427-1873.

For general event information, please contact Renee Jonard, rjonard@texasbar.com or 512-427-1730.

 

 




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