Globalaw supports communities in need.
The Foundation has two key missions:
to help young people access legal education and training and to support access to justice for those who would otherwise be denied it for financial or other reasons.
We strongly believe in new generations and their potential to achieve a better and fairer world through a wider legal culture to be globally spread as an indispensable tool for peace and democracy.
We work together to provide legal representation and related education to those in need.
Globalaw is proud to have funded the following charities:
Avvocato di Strada
Avvocato di Strada provides free legal assistance to people living on the street.Learn more
Fundación Liborio Mejía
Fundación Liborio Mejía promotes and strengthens peace, coexistence, access to justice and the participation of Colombians in the resolution of their own differences, through the defense and protection of human rights, the empowerment of minorities and vulnerable populations of the armed conflict, and the use and implementation of conflict resolution mechanisms, with the objective to contribute to the construction of a country in peace.Learn more
Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access (IDIA)
IDIA is an Indian charity that empowers underprivileged communities by assisting members of their community to access the highest levels of legal study by providing essential funding. By doing so, IDIA enhances diverse access to justice. In 2017 Globalaw funded the cost of applications and entrance exams for students in its programme, fees that represent a real impediment to progress, without external assistance.Learn more
International Justice Mission (IJM)
International Justice Mission is a worldwide entity that safeguards individuals who are living in impoverished conditions and are at risk of experiencing violence. Through collaboration with local officials, the organization operates in 24 program offices spanning across 14 nations, working towards the elimination of trafficking and slavery, violence targeting women and children, and abuse of authority by law enforcement personnel. As of 2020, IJM has been granted the authorization to contact any of the Globalaw member firms worldwide and obtain a free 30-minute consultation on legal matters.Learn more
Southwark Law Centre
Southwark Law Centre provides a specialist casework service, in the areas of immigration, housing employment, discrimination and welfare rights.Learn more
Southeast NH Habitat for Humanity
SENH Habitat is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that strengthens families and develops communities by partnering with corporations, like-minded community groups, faith-based organizations, and individual volunteers to build and renovate simple, decent, affordable homes with hard-working people who are in need.Learn more
Dallas CASA protects children, restores childhood and helps child victims of abuse and neglect achieve their full potential. Court appointed Dallas CASA volunteers advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children, helping these children gain safe, permanent homes and become successful adults.Learn more
A Better Tomorrow
A Better Tomorrow was created in 2009 from a common desire to act in the direction of the construction of the Moroccan society by placing education at the heart of its vocation around values such as will, commitment, humanism, generosity and positive spiritLearn more
Morocco Foundation is a Non-Profit Organization that was created in 2004, thanks to the initiative of several Moroccans who used to live in the United States and abroad. Its mission is to provide a better future for the Moroccan people and share the ambition to help fight poverty, school dropping and illiteracy in vulnerable areas of Morocco.Learn more
Minds Matter NYC
In 1991, six Wall Street professionals established Minds Matter in New York City to mentor high-achieving, low-income high school students who had the potential and ambition to pursue a college education, but who lacked the resources to achieve that dream. Since then, Minds Matter has grown into a national organization with fourteen chapters across the United States in Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, the Twin Cities, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. The organization’s services have developed into a holistic three-year curriculum for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Each year students are guided through valuable lessons in Academic Preparedness, Writing & Critical Thinking, and SAT Preparation. Today, with over 600 volunteers each contributing over 120 hours of service every year, Minds Matter is one of the largest volunteer-led organizations in the nation dedicated to promoting higher education.Learn more
Associação Portuguesa de Apoio à Vítima (APAV)
The Portuguese Victim Support Association (APAV) is a private social solidarity institution, a public utility entity, whose statutory objective is to promote and contribute to information, protection and support for citizens who are victims of criminal offences. It is, in short, a non-profit and voluntary organization, which supports, in an individualized, qualified and humanized way, victims of crimes, through the provision of free and confidential services. Founded on June 25, 1990, it is a nationwide institution, with its headquarters located in Lisbon.Learn more
SOS Villages D'Enfants Monde
A non-governmental organization serving the most vulnerable children and families in the world, SOS Villages d’Enfants Monde is a benchmark player in Luxembourg and in the countries where it works in matters of human rights and child protection. It is placed under the High Patronage of HRH the Grand Duchess and benefits from the support of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and other public entities. It is a member of the SOS Children’s Villages International federation.Learn more
Publications & resources
The Globalaw Foundation supports Minds Matter in New York during the GLARM 2023
The New York City charity Minds Matter received a donation of $ 7,000 from the Globalaw Foundation at the Globalaw Americas Regional Meeting on June 3rd, 2023. The Globalaw foundation gives back to communities and organizations in need, with a focus on legal education and access to justice.
Globalaw Foundation supports APAV the Portuguese Victim Support Association during GLAMM 2023
The Portuguese Victim Support Association, APAV, received a donation of €8,000 from the Globalaw Foundation at the Globalaw Annual Meeting on October 27th, 2023. The Globalaw foundation gives back to communities and organizations in need, with a focus on legal education and access to justice.
The Globalaw Foundation recently expanded its support to African charities
The Globalaw Foundation showed the Globalaw community’s support to the Moroccan charities A Better Tomorrow and Association Morocco Foundation with a $6,000 donation presented at the #GLEMEA2023 in the prestigious Palace Soleiman in Marrakech. Read more here.