All Roads Lead to Justice Campaign

Updated: Nov 15, 2020

Donate Now: Online Donations


Dear Friend,

In these challenging times, we’re incredibly heartened by the community surrounding our cause, especially because you are a part of it. Together, we can accomplish anything and make a difference in the lives of our Long Island Communities.

Now more than ever, the threat of homelessness is affecting our community. Our Civil Unit and our Foreclosure Prevention Project remain committed to helping our clients maintain their housing. Our Public Benefits and Disability Advocacy Project will continue to advocate an ensure our clients have proper access to financial and service-related programs such as food stamps, Medicaid, public assistance, and Social Security benefits.

Through our specialized units, we are here to assist Long Island’s most vulnerable populations:

* Veterans

* Senior Citizens

* Disabled Individuals

* Those with Mental Illness

* People living with HIV/AIDS

* Survivors of Domestic Violence

* Students with Special Educational Needs

Our Legal Support Center for Advocates is here to assist community advocates as a legal resource, so advocates may effectively assist their clients, thereby reaching more people in need.

Please help us rebuild Long Island by supporting our Commitment to Justice Campaign. Now more than ever and the months to follow Long Island’s most vulnerable populations will need our legal assistance. We are looking to raise $40,000 to help support our COVID-19 Legal Response Team. Please see enclosed donation form. For your convenience, you can also make a donation on line at For more information about the services we offer or to make a donation, please contact Cathy Lucidi, Director of Community Relations at 631 232-2400 ext. 3324.

Please stay up to date by visiting our website and following us on social media as we continue to “Do What’s Legally Possible To Create a Just World”. Thanks, as always, for your continued support of NSLS. We wish you and your loved ones safety, comfort, and or all our best as we face the months ahead together as a community.


Jeffrey A. Seigel

Executive Director

Message from Law Services' Advisory Council Chair, Jeffrey Kimmel, Esq.

Kimmel is managing partner at Salenger, Sack, Kimmel & Bavaro, LLP and has served on our Advisory Council’s Governor Affairs Committee. Check out his video on why he supports Law Services' work.

To donate by check, please complete this donation form by printing and mailing to:

Cathy Lucidi, Director of Community Relations

Nassau Suffolk Law Services

1757 Veterans Highway, Suite 50

Islandia, NY 11749

Print Donation Form

To donate by phone or to get assistance with your donation, please contact Cathy Lucidi at 631-232-2400 or email at


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Ads & videos will be displayed on NSLS’ Website and all NSLS social media outlets.

(ads will show your support for NSLS and may be used on all your social media outlets).


Supports all NSLS’s units. Logo and Branding Included on NSLS websiteSocial Media, Campaign Emails + 2 Center Spread Virtual Ads + 30 second video about why you support NSLS.


Supports four NSLS’s units. Logo and Branding Included on NSLS websiteSocial Media, Campaign Emails + 2 Full Page Virtual Ads + 30 second video about why you support NSLS.


Supports three NSLS Units. Logo and Branding Included on NSLS website, Social Media, Campaign Emails + 1 Full Page Virtual Ad + 30 second video about why you support NSLS.


Supports two NSLS Units Full page ad will be displayed on our NSLS website + NSLS social media outlets


Supports one NSLS Unit Half Page Virtual Ad


Supports an NSLS employee Quarter Page Virtual Ad

When submitting your journal ad, please ensure it is formatted for the dimensions of your ad space. Virtual Journal Ads can be black and white or color.

Journal Sizes (PDF, Word, .jpg or .png)

Center Spread Size: 11″ H x 17″ W

Full Size Page: 11″H x 8.5″ W

Half Size Page: 5.5″ H x 8.5″ W

Quarter Size Page: 5.5″ H x 4.25″ W

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