James D. Bickham
CSAA Insurance Group, Legal Division
Hartog Baer & Hand
Acuna Regli LLP
Cecily T. Barclay
Fox & Bank LLP
Jeffrey & Leslie Hamerling
Ellen Sickles James & Charles James
Karen & Steven Kostka
Gearhart & Sonnickson
Clement L. Glynn
Steven & Phyllis Hallert
Craig S. Nevin
Hon. Maria P. Rivera (retired)
Douglas & Ruby Livingston
Arlene & Josef Segal
Robert & Dianne Tecco TTE Revoc. Trust
Turner, Huguet, Adams & Farr
Matthew Woolsey & The Woolsey Family
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CCSLS Relies on Gifts from Individuals to Support its Work
If you would like to contribute to our efforts to provide free legal services to seniors, please send your tax-deductible contribution to our Concord office or click on the “Donate” button. Our EIN, for purposes of a charitable deduction, is 94-3021000.
We accept Cy Pres awards.
Thanks to the efforts of Alan Plutzik and Jennifer Rosenburg of Bramson, Plutzik, Mahler & Birkhauser, LLP, CCSLS received a Cy Pres award that will allow us to expand and improve our services to Contra Costa seniors. This is the second Cy Pres CCSLS has received from the Bramson firm for which we are very grateful. If you or your firm would like to discuss the possibility of designating CCSLS as a recipient of a Cy Pres award, please contact Verna Haas, Executive Director, for further information.
We are grateful for the support of the following foundations:
Special thanks to our government sponsors.
CCSLS is a recipient of funds from the State Bar of California including Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts and Equal Access Funds. CCSLS was recently awarded a Bank Grant administered by the Legal Services Trust Fund to support its work protecting homeowners and their equity. Other support is provided by the Area Agency on Aging, Community Development Block Grants from the Contra Costa County Consortium, the Cities of Antioch, Pittsburg and Walnut Creek. CCSLS is part of the county-wide collaboration to combat elder abuse funded by Victims of Crime Acts Funds (California Office of Emergency Services XC grant).