Juvenile Law Center

I want to discuss the silence in Luzerne County, how everyone was quiet, no one said anything ... even [youth] were silenced by what was taking place. It was only through Juvenile Law Center that we were given voices.

Hillary Transue, victim of the Luzerne County "kids-for-cash" scandal

Contact our Development Office:

Rosie McNamara-Jones
Director of Individual Gifts
215-625-0551
Development@jlc.org

Celebrating 40 Years of Successful Advocacy

 

One of the most important lessons from our last 40 years of experience is that children involved with the justice and foster care systems will always need zealous advocates.  Juvenile Law Center is at the cutting edge of legal advocacy, anticipating the next wave of threats, identifying emerging trends and recognizing opportunites to give vulnerable youth a better chacce at success.

 

You can be a part!  

 

Click here to learn more about our 40th Anniversary Dinner

 

Call our office at (215) 625-0551 and speak with Rosie McNamara-Jones about ways to support our endowment or to make a multi-year "Legacy" gift in honor of our leadership and continued success.

 


Juvenile Law Center 4th Annual Quizzo Night!

 

Join Juvenile Law Center at Fergie's Pub in Philadelphia for our 4th Annual Quizzo Fundraising Event!


Date:        Thursday, July 30, 2015
Time:        5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (game starts promptly at 6:00)
Location: Fergie's Pub, 1214 Sansom St., Philadelphia PA

 

Register your team of 3-8 people ($20/person) before July 29th on the event page here!

 


Download our 2014-2015 Case for Support

  

One of Juvenile Law Center’s greatest strengths is our agility – our ability to respond quickly to changes in the environment to advance our agenda. Expanding our resources will allow us to swiftly react to unexpected opportunities to improve outcomes for children.


As we head into our 40th Anniversary year, we can look back on our success, effectiveness and achievements. With your partnership, we will continue to implement our vision, be sustainable, and maintain our mission of helping America’s youth.


Please download our 2014-2015 Case for Support and learn about ways you can support Juvenile Law Center with an endowment or multi-year major gift.


With your help, Juvenile Law Center will continue to lead in improving public systems that affect the lives of tens of thousands of young people in the child welfare and justice systems.


For more information, please contact Rosie McNamara-Jones at rmcnamara-jones@jlc.org or call (215) 625-055.


Be Part of our Community of Giving

Juvenile Law Center, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is the oldest multi-disciplinary children’s rights organization in the United States. Working at the national and state levels, we play a leadership role in shaping and using the law on behalf of children in the child welfare and justice systems to promote fairness, prevent harm, ensure access to appropriate services, and create opportunities for success.

 

Juvenile Law Center serves society's most vulnerable youth. They are most likely to be mislabeled, ignored, harmed, or scarred for life by systems that are supposed to help them. We depend on individuals, corporations, and foundations for financial support. Unrestricted gifts enable us to move quickly as circumstances demand and opportunities arise.

 


United Way Donations

Support us through donations made to United Way. Use the donation numbers below to designate your contribution: 

United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey: 784
United Way of Delaware: 3954
United Way of Allegheny County: 223045

Laura and John Arnold Foundation Giving Library

We were one of 500 organizations initially asked to participate in the Laura and John Arnold Foundation Giving Library, which connects donors to nonprofits through online video interviews.  

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Local Supporters

Thanks to Philadelphia-area businesses Jeffrey A. Miller Catering and Clear Sound Professional Audio/Visual Support for their support!

Support Juvenile Law Center

One of the most important lessons from our 40 years of experience is that children involved with the justice and foster care systems need zealous legal advocates. Your support for our work is more important now than ever before. Support