Children’s Law Center of Minnesota gives abused and neglected children and youth a voice in their future. We do this by providing free legal representation to 800 children in foster care.
A one-time or sustaining gift of $10, $25, or $100 means children who have experienced trauma are empowered to have their say in court.
Questions? Please contact, Amanda Finman-Palmer, CLC Development Director at 612-760-9698 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ways to Give:
Credit Card: You may use the paypal above and choose the second option of paying with credit card. It you would like assistance, please call CLC at 651.644.4438, and ask to speak with our Office Manager.
Donate Stock: Donating stock is easy and may give you the greatest tax advantage. Simply fill out this form and submit it to your bank. They will take of the rest.
Donor Advised Funds:
In Honor or Memory of a Loved One: Giving to Children’s Law Center of Minnesota in someone’s name is a meaningful gift to celebrate a milestone, or a special way to honor someone.
Check: To make a donation by check, mail to:
Children’s Law Center of Minnesota
450 North Syndicate Street, Suite 315
St. Paul, MN 55104
Planned Giving: Leave a Legacy of Compassion
Leave a legacy that will improve the lives of children and youth in foster care for many years to come. Your legacy gifts ensure the future of Children’s Law Center of Minnesota.
Choosing the right planned gift depends on your personal circumstances and financials goals. The donation of a legacy gift can fulfill your philanthropic wishes and cost nothing during your lifetime. Best of all, you and your loved ones benefit from present-day gift planning and there are significant tax benefits. Your support through a planned gift will positively improve the lives of the most vulnerable children and youth who have been removed from their homes because of abuse and neglect. Please consult with your legal and financial advisers when considering a planned gift. Click here for next steps and more information.
Children’s Law Center does not charge any legal fees to the children it represents. Zero dollars. Donations from individuals, corporations and community groups ensure that Children’s Law Center will be able to continue providing quality legal representation to children in Minnesota.
Children’s Law Center operates as a 501(c)(3) corporation, FIN 41-1761589 and thus, all donations are tax deductible.