Workplace Giving Programs

Support LDF with a Workplace Giving Campaign.

Each year, LDF is fortunate to receive the support of dozens of companies and thousands of their employees through Workplace Giving Campaigns. Funding from Workplace Giving Campaigns support LDF’s litigation, policy advocacy, community organizing, and public education efforts. LDF uses these tools to bring about permanent, structural change in each of our four programmatic areas.

Thank you for your interest in creating a company-led Workplace Giving Campaign that includes LDF. We’ve made the process of setting up an LDF Workplace Giving Campaign easy by creating a customized toolkit with ready-made materials that you and your employees can use.

Enjoy Company-Wide Campaign Benefits

An LDF Workplace Giving Campaign can be a wonderful way to engage employees, harness the power of community, and exponentially increase your support for the cause of racial justice.


The information shared during a Workplace Giving Campaign provides employees with educational resources and expanded knowledge about equal political participation, the justice system, education equity, and economic justice.

Increased Impact

Workplace Giving Campaigns make it easy for a large number of employees to participate in supporting LDF and, with a corporate matching program, the impact of employee gifts is exponentially increased.

Employee Relations

A Workplace Giving Campaign boosts morale, builds team building skills, and provides leadership opportunities to empower employees to work together to improve their community.

Community Leadership

Company-led Workplace Giving Campaigns demonstrate to employees, customers, and the community that racial justice in America is a company priority.

About LDF

The Legal Defense Fund (LDF) is America's premier legal organization fighting for racial justice.

Founded in 1940 under the leadership of Thurgood Marshall, who subsequently became the first Black Supreme Court Justice, LDF is known for its landmark civil rights litigation such as Brown v. Board of Education, the 1954 case that ended legally sanctioned discrimination. Today, using the power of law, narrative, research, and people, LDF defends and advances the full dignity and citizenship of Black people in America.

Working in four programmatic areas—criminal justice, political participation, economic justice, and education equity—LDF strives to:

Learn More and Start Your Workplace Giving Campaign Today!

For more information, please contact Rosalind George, Director of Corporate Giving, at

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