1 in 3 Americans cannot afford the high cost of an attorney. A nation that pledges 'justice for all' has fallen from 65th to 110th out of 128 countries for providing affordable access to justice. But it's not just legal help that is lacking - it's hope. Our world is divided, the news is grim, and the mental and emotional health of our neighbors is significantly impacted.
Administer Justice has pioneered a simple model to provide the help of a lawyer and hope of God's love through the home of the church. For 21 years, we have equipped volunteers to do justice, love kindness and walk humbly with God. And as churches lead in providing affordable access to justice, the gates are opening - providing access to justice and Jesus.
THE GATES ARE OPENING!
The Salvation Army Announcement
One Client's Story
What Pastors Are Saying
What Attorneys Are Saying
WHAT DOES GOD REQUIRE OF YOU?
"He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?"
– Micah 6:8
THE VISION: CAMPAIGN FOR 300
If you’ve been inspired by our vision and would like to be part of launching 300 centers, we invite you to become a member of our Torchlighters Society. Our Torchlighters pledge to give $1,000 or more for 5 years.
There are 3 giving levels for our Torchlighters:
- Help ($1,000/year will launch 1 center)
- Hope ($5,000/year will launch 5 centers)
- Home ($10,000/year will launch 10 centers).
If you are unable to offer support at that level, please consider identifying with our clients who contribute a $30 copay for service. Maybe you can give $30/mo. or $60/mo. Whatever you give will help us Open the Gates for justice and hope for all. Thank you.
WAYS TO GIVE
NO ONE DOES
And no one should face injustice alone. Thank you for using your resources to come alongside someone in need. Your support empowers vulnerable neighbors with the HELP of a lawyer and the HOPE of God's love through the HOME of the church.
"Good will come to him who is generous and lends freely, who conducts their affairs with justice." – Psalm 112:5