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PA IOLTA Board
P.O. Box 62446
Harrisburg, PA 17107-2445

Tel. 717-238-2001
Toll Free 888-PA-IOLTA (724-6582)
Fax. 717-238-2003
paiolta@pacourts.us

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AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA

Founded in 1988, the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania is a nonprofit, public-interest law firm providing free legal assistance to people with HIV/AIDS and those affected by the epidemic. We also educate the public about AIDS-related legal issues, train case managers to become better advocates for HIV-positive clients, and work at local, state & national levels to achieve fair laws & policies.

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Allegheny County Bar Foundation
Pittsburgh, PA

The Allegheny County Bar Foundation (ACBF), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is the philanthropic and educational arm of the Allegheny County Bar Association. The mission of the ACBF is to be a driving force in promoting justice for all and to improve the community through charitable, educational, and direct legal and pro bono services to low income residents and community organizations.

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Community Justice Project
Harrisburg, PA

The Community Justice Project provides broad impact legal support for eligible low income people who live in Pennsylvania. Through this advocacy, the CJP seeks to protect the basic needs of low income individuals and families, and to assist them in their efforts to become self-sufficient or to otherwise improve their lives and the communities in which they live.

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Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project
Philadelphia, PA

The Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project assists Philadelphians with low-incomes who strive to regain financial health by providing them with equal access to justice and pro bono debt counseling/ Chapter 7 bankruptcy representation to obtain a financial fresh start.

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Disability Rights Network of PA
Philadelphia, PA

The mission of the Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania (DRN) is to advance, protect, and advocate for the legal, human, and civil rights of Pennsylvanians with disabilities.

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Education Law Center — PA
Philadelphia, PA

ELC’s mission is to ensure that all of Pennsylvania’s children, including poor children, children with special needs, and other children who have historically been at a disadvantage in the public education system, have access to high quality public schools.

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Friends of Farmworkers
Philadelphia, PA

The mission of Friends of Farmworkers is to improve the living and working conditions of indigent farmworkers, mushroom workers, food processing workers, and workers from immigrant and migrant communities.

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HIAS Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA

Based on the Jewish tradition of “welcoming the stranger,” HIAS and Council Migration Service of Philadelphia (HIAS Pennsylvania) provides legal and social services to immigrants and refugees of limited means in Pennsylvania. The agency seeks the fair treatment of and integration into American society of immigrants from all backgrounds.

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Homeless Advocacy Project
Philadelphia, PA

The mission of the Homeless Advocacy Project is to provide free civil legal services to homeless individuals and families in Philadelphia through a dedicated staff and a corps of volunteer attorneys.

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Kids Voice Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, PA

Kids Voice advocates in court and in the community to ensure a safe and permanent home for abused, neglected and at-risk children.

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Lackawanna Pro Bono, Inc.
Scranton, PA

Lackawanna Pro Bono, Inc.’s mission is to provide, without charge, a broad range of quality civil legal services to the poor in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania through local attorneys volunteering their services in the areas of the law in which indigent clients have the greatest need for legal representation.

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Montgomery Child Advocacy Project
Norristown, PA

The mission of Montgomery Child Advocacy Project (MCAP) is to provide free legal representation to children, age birth to 18 years old, of Montgomery County who are victims of abuse and neglect through pro bono trained attorney advocates who donate their time to protect the interests of the children.

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Pennsylvania Health Law Project
Philadelphia, PA

Pennsylvania Health Law Project (PHLP) provides free legal services and advocacy to Pennsylvania residents having trouble accessing publicly-funded health care coverage and services. We accomplish this by: helping individual clients through our Helpline; educating health care consumers, advocates, and providers; and advocating on behalf of our clients at the federal, state, and local level for policies and practices that will best address their needs and protect their rights.

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Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center
York, PA

The Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center (PIRC) is a non-profit organization that strives to ensure access to justice for vulnerable immigrants. PIRC protects dignity and human rights by providing education and legal representation to immigrants seeking to obtain or protect their legal status in the United States.

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Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project
Philadelphia, PA

The Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project seeks to deliver civil legal services to the institutional population of our Commonwealth. The Project was created and designed to meet the needs of low income residents of our prisons, jails, state hospitals, and state centers.

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Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (PVLA) is a PA 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides pro-bono and low cost legal assistance and educational programs to low income artists and small arts and cultural organizations in the Greater Philadelphia Region in partnership with local attorneys.

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Philadelphia Volunteers for Indigent Program
Philadelphia, PA

The mission of Philadelphia VIP is to promote equal justice for the poor by providing civil legal services not otherwise available, collaborating with other legal services organizations and promoting a culture of volunteerism by educating and exposing attorneys and law students to issues of poverty.

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Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA

The mission of the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia is to use high-stakes legal strategies to improve the well-being and life prospects of the Philadelphia region’s most vulnerable populations by assuring that they have access to the resources and services we all need to live our lives: an education, healthcare, a healthy environment, housing, a job, and the unencumbered right to vote.

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SeniorLaw Center
Philadelphia, PA

SeniorLAW Center’s mission is to improve the lives of Pennsylvanians 60 and older and protect their rights through legal representation, education and advocacy. Our core values are excellence, compassion, respect, passion, integrity, creativity and optimism. We are the only non-profit in Pennsylvania whose sole focus is providing legal assistance to elders and protecting their legal rights.

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Support Center for Child Advocates
Philadelphia, PA

The Support Center for Child Advocates’ mission is to advocate for victims of child abuse and neglect, with the goal of providing a permanent, nurturing environment for every child.

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Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh — Civil Law Project
Pittsburgh, PA

The mission of the Women’s Center and Shelter Civil Law Project is to provide free, civil legal services to victims of domestic violence.