Our Impact

For more than 25 years the Partnership has been committed to helping nonprofits build capacity and reduce risk with a solid legal foundation. With unwavering support from volunteers and donors, the Partnership has become a critical resource for nonprofits and a leader in pro bono services with significant impact on the wellbeing of the tristate-area nonprofit community.

Clients Served
1,400Volunteer Attorneys
Recruited & Supported
2,000Legal Matters
25,000Hours of
Free Legal Help
Valued at nearly $15 MillionHours of
Free Legal Help

Nonprofits value Pro Bono Partnership’s services! In our 2022 Annual Impact Survey, clients agreed that the Partnership positively impacted their work:


Pro Bono Partnership’s Legal Services Overall


Better Understand and Comply with the Law


Better Governance or Management Practices




Better Understand When to Consult an Attorney

100% of volunteers reported feeling satisfied because they helped a good cause

Since its founding, Pro Bono Partnership has consistently promoted best practices and accountability within the nonprofit sector. With our help, nonprofits can avoid crises, risks, and costly mistakes that might hamper their ability to serve their clients effectively.

Pro Bono Partnership helped us obtain our 501 (c) 3 status and register with the state and federal governments, something we had been hoping to do for years, but lacked the legal capacity to do so. Directly due to donations being tax deductible, a donor made the largest contribution to our small organization at the end of the year. A photographer donated professional services to photograph some of the art we use to raise funds. We are still learning about all the ways being a 501 (c) 3 organization is changing our possibilities. It has given our organization more respect from clients, agencies, and other nonprofit organizations. We are able to pursue grants and other fundraising opportunities that were beyond our reach before. There is no limit to the gratitude we have for the Pro Bono Partnership.

Laura Ramos, President, Everyone for Accessible Community Housing Rolls! Inc.