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Jubilee for Justice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jubilee for Justice

 
Join us for an evening of food, beer, and wine and raise funds to help us end the exploitation of people in poverty on Thursday, September 28th from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at FareStart at Pacific Tower in Seattle
 
For people living in poverty, unlawful debt and predatory debt collection practices can have devastating consequences. Is it fair that they must face a complex legal system against well-represented opposing parties alone? Struggling to make ends meet, how can they afford an attorney?
 
With you on their side, they won’t have to stand alone.
 
Please join Northwest Justice Project to help end the exploitation of people in poverty.
 
Every day NJP attorneys fight for low-income individuals, families and communities. We deliver urgent relief with long-lasting benefits that transform lives. At the same time, we work for systemic change that gets at the heart of the problem.


Justice for Veterans

VeteransVeterans deserve equal justice, and with your help, more of them can get it.

Veterans in poverty struggle to secure or retain housing, employment, health care, and other helpful benefits. Too many of these struggles involve civil legal issues that are difficult to navigate without legal support or resources.

 
In 2010, Northwest Justice Project (NJP) launched a dedicated Veterans Project to ensure Veterans will have equal access to our system of justice to avoid, or escape, the cycle of poverty and achieve their full potential. NJP’s Kitsap County office, in Bremerton, provides free legal services to low income Veterans throughout Kitsap County.
 
As a community that cares about Veterans, we invite you to an exclusive opportunity to support critical legal services for Veterans in who live in poverty.
 
Join us on November 17th at Amy’s on the Bay in Port Orchard to raise funds for this project. Our goal is to ensure that our parents, spouses, siblings, children, friends and neighbors who’ve served can face their civil legal issues with dignity and honor.