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Our mission is to provide grants, advocacy and education to
support impact litigation on behalf of marginalized communities
seeking economic, environmental and social justice.

 

FIGHT FOR LEGAL CHANGE TO BENEFIT EVERYONE

Let's make Justice available to everyone, not just the wealthy.  Together we can end injustices like gender discrimination, LGBT discrimination, ableism, unfair worker compensation, racial discrimination, wage theft and environmental racism. Join this important movement today.


 LtR; Jason Soto, Teddy Basham-Witherington, Jocelyn Larkin, Lynnette Miner, Sela Steiger, Zachary McCoy, Lindsay Nako, Robert Schug, and Amy Daniewicz

LtR; Jason Soto, Teddy Basham-Witherington, Jocelyn Larkin, Lynnette Miner, Sela Steiger, Zachary McCoy, Lindsay Nako, Robert Schug, and Amy Daniewicz

Who we are:

  • The Impact Fund is a passionate group of legal experts supporting cases that positively impact the day-to-day lives of marginalized communities.  

What we do:

  • Provide $6 million in grants to advance public interest litigation that benefits large numbers of people, leads to significant law reform and raises public consciousness.

  • Train the next generation of social justice warriors.

  • Take corporate America to court, fighting for worker's rights, civil rights, and social justice.  By winning these landmark cases we are able to establish a legal precedent for the future.

 How we distribute funds by state and cause

How we distribute funds by state and cause

Landmark Cases

 Ellis V Costco - Fight for Women's Rights

Ellis V Costco - Fight for Women's Rights

Ellis v. Costco Wholesale Corp. 

Fighting for women's rights.  After years of legal battles, the court certified the case as a nationwide class action, finding that Costco had shown significant company-wide discrimination of women.

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 Estrada V Bashas' - Fight for Worker Equality

Estrada V Bashas' - Fight for Worker Equality

Estrada v. Bashas’ Inc. 

Fighting for equal pay for hispanic workers.  After over a decade of litigation, the district court granted our motion for class certification, permitting over 12,000 Bashas' workers to challenge pay inequity.

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We Need Your Support

Your support makes it possible for us to win cases like these and protect human rights. All donations, no matter what size, will directly impact those in need. Donate today and help us to make the legal system work for the 99%!


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