Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Grants

$500,000 for 2 years

Awarded: July 9, 2020

Elections and Voting Rights

For general support

$300,000 for 2 years

Awarded: November 15, 2018

Elections and Voting Rights

For its Voting Rights project.

$100,000 for 1 year

Awarded: June 26, 2017

Elections and Voting Rights

For its Voting Rights project.

$10,000 for 1 year

Awarded: November 1, 2016

Elections and Voting Rights

For its Voting Rights Project's Election Protection Our Vote Live database.

$80,000 for 1 year

Awarded: July 19, 2016

Elections and Voting Rights

For its 2016 Black Civic Engagement Training project.

$100,000 for 1 year

Awarded: March 10, 2016

Elections and Voting Rights

For its Voting Rights project.

$100,000 for 1 year

Awarded: June 12, 2014

Democratic Practice–U.S. | Public Campaign Finance and Other Democracy Reforms (revised 2015)

For its Voting Rights project.

About the Grantee

The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law was founded by President John F. Kennedy to secure equal justice for all under the rule of law, with a focus on voting rights, economic justice, criminal justice reform, and education. Its national, nonpartisan, year-round Election Protection program convenes more than 200 partners, 100 law firms, and thousands of trained legal volunteers to assist over 100,000 voters each election year. Its signature 866-OUR-VOTE hotline allows voters around the country to identify and report obstacles that likely impact thousands and supports interventions to increase access to the ballot.