SeniorLAW Center

2018 Champions for Elder Justice

We celebrate all of our outstanding volunteers, staff, board, supporters and partners who have contributed mightily to changing the lives of over 400,000 seniors over the past four decades.

AARP
representing our advocacy partners and funders

From voting rights and grandparent rights to our newly launched Pro Bono for Community Impact project, AARP has been a stalwart partner and supporter in our advocacy work to change systems that affect the lives of seniors and their families. We celebrate their partnership and all who have raised their voices with us and supported our mission to pursue justice.

 

The Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia
representing our pro bono volunteers and partners

Our pro bono partnership with this esteemed group of lawyers has increased services to and visibility of the needs of low-income seniors and their communities. We celebrate their service and that of all of our pro bono partners and volunteers who join our work in many powerful ways.

 

The Chancellors of the Philadelphia Bar Association
representing founders and leaders

From their role in our founding in 1978 as a small nonprofit located at the Association’s offices to our current partnerships in pursuing access to justice for all, we celebrate all of these diverse leaders and other leaders who have supported legal services to the poor and our work over the past 40 years.

 

Peter A. Muhic, Esq.
representing our Board of Directors

We are grateful to all who have served on our Board of Directors over the past 4 decades and honor their many contributions toward guiding and strengthening our organization. We celebrate their leadership, ambassadorship, and contributions of time, talent, and wisdom.

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