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ABA State and Local Government Law
Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the
Jefferson Fordham Donor Society


The ABA and its members must serve as social engineers of justice. By charitably supporting the public service and educational programs of the ABA Section of State and Local Government Law, you are putting your ABA membership to another good use – making change possible.

All annual donations are recognized by the Section through the Jefferson Fordham Society and by the ABA Fund for Justice and Education. Over the years, the Jefferson Fordham Society has allowed the Section to engage its members in vibrant projects, recognize the accomplishments of its leaders, and provide a source of charitable revenue to develop new innovative programs.

Thank you for your charitable support and helping to inform members of the bar and the public about laws that impact the fundamental rights to life and liberty. 

 
Donation Information
Your donation to the Section is received through the ABA Fund for Justice and Education (ABA/FJE) and is publicly recognized through the ABA/FJE donor societies as follows:
$ 2,500.00
$ 1,000.00
$ 500.00
$ 250.00
$ 100.00
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Matching Gifts
If your company offers a matching gift program, you have the opportunity to double your contribution. Your donation will be recognized in our materials at the combined value of your gift and that of your company’s matching contribution.
Tribute Information
Recognizing someone with a charitable gift is a thoughtful way to express your commitment to justice while honoring loved ones. If you are making a gift in honor or in memory of an individual, please provide information about that person below.

The public service and educational programs of the ABA State and Local Government Law Section receive funding through the ABA Fund for Justice and Education (FJE).  The FJE was created to accept gifts and grants to support the ABA’s public service work.  The FJE qualifies as an exempt fund under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and all contributions to the FJE are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.