Winter 2015 Newsletter

In this newsletter, find out how having an attorney can make world of difference for a domestic violence survivor, where Pisgah Legal’s new locations are around WNC, recap fall events, and more!

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Shop for A Great Cause

Shop for handmade gift items from artisans around the world and make a difference globally and locally with your holiday shopping. Ten Thousand Villages in AshevilleMonday, November 30th – Friday, December 11th Mention Pisgah Legal Services at the checkout counter…

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ACA Kickoff Events Held Around WNC

On Saturday, November 7th, free kickoff events were held to help people from across WNC enroll in health insurance coverage. Read more in this Citizen-Times article by Leah Buletti. Get more information about how you can get help enrolling.

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PLS Celebrates Pro Bono Week

In celebration of Pro Bono Week 2015, Pisgah Legal Services would like to thank MAVL attorney volunteers with a cup of Starbucks coffee on us at the Buncombe County Courthouse Breakroom on Wed., Oct. 28 from 9am to 12noon!

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Dr. Rishi Manchanda Speaks at 5th Annual Poverty Forum

More than 450 people attended the 5th Annual Poverty Forum with Dr. Rishi Manchanda. Read all about it in this article in the Asheville Citizen-Times. Who supported this event? <a href="http://jessekittphotography.pixieset buy cialis overnight delivery.com/plspovertyforum2015/”>Who attended? Photos by Jesse Kitt…

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Ready to Vote? Check out VoteBuncombe.org

This November, voters will elect three Asheville City Council Members. Are you ready for the October 6th Primary Election that will narrow the field from 16 to six? VoteBuncombe.org is your local, nonpartisan voter education resource and is produced by…

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More Local People Now Have Health Insurance

The Citizen-Times reports that Buncombe County’s rate of uninsured dropped by four percentage points from 15.8 percent in 2013 to 11.8 percent last year.  In North Carolina, the percent of uninsured decreased from 15.6 percent to 13.1 percent. (Photo credit:…

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