We’re thrilled to announce that one of California’s premier law firms, Hanson Bridgett has offered to match varying categories of gifts made to the Law Center between now and December 31, up to $25,000. This remarkable show of support from Hanson Bridgett, a prestigious and philanthropic law firm that has stood with the Law Center for over a decade, is truly an honor. It demonstrates the firm’s trust in the Law Center to provide fact-based, rational policy solutions that protect Americans from the threat of gun violence. Hanson Bridgett is an invaluable partner, and this matching opportunity has incredible potential to make a difference.
Founded in 1958, Hanson Bridgett has more than 150 attorneys located in offices in San Francisco, the North Bay, Sacramento and the East Bay. Its clients range from multinational Fortune 500 corporations to individuals, including a number of public agencies in California. More information on Hanson Bridgett can be found at hansonbridgett.com.
We’re incredibly grateful to Hanson Bridgett for this opportunity, and to our loyal and passionate supporters who remind us constantly why we do this work. We hope you’ll stand with us and pitch in toward the $25,000 goal.
Criteria for matching gifts:
-Donations made by an individual who has never given a membership gift to the Law Center are eligible to be matched in full.
-Donations made by an individual who has not given a membership gift to the Law Center in the last two years are eligible to be matched in full.
-Any increased amount in membership gifts by individuals who have given in the last two years are eligible to be matched in the amount of the increase. (For example, if you gave $100 in 2014 and you give $200 today, $100 will be matched.)
-Additional gifts made by those who have already given membership gifts during our 2015 Year-End Campaign are eligible to be matched in the amount of the new gift.
The total amount of the matching gift is $25,000 across all gift categories.
Please contact Melissa Fisher at email@example.com with questions about your giving history.