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Thank You for Supporting Pisgah Legal Services

Your charitable gift to Pisgah Legal Services will help thousands of the most vulnerable families and individuals in Western North Carolina, including disadvantaged children, victims of domestic violence, families facing homelessness, and senior citizens.

Giving Options

There are many ways you can support Pisgah Legal Services:


Pisgah Legal Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Federal ID# 56-1191115, and has earned a 4-Star Rating from Charity Navigator.

For more information about these and other giving options, please e-mail Development Director Ally Wilson or call 828-210-3444.


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Special thanks to the following Champion and Partner Sponsors:

Avl Technologies
Asheville Radio Group
The Chaddick Foundation
Pisgah Plants
Security Camera Warehouse
Walnut Cove Members Association
Wicked Weed Brewing

Blossoms Creative
Blue Ridge Public Radio
Brain Hooks
Carolina Public Press
The Daniels Group
Deutsch & Gottschalk Law Firm
Eurosport Asheville
HomeTrust Bank
Jay Kerr Law
Joel Adams
Katie Button Restaurants
Leslie and Associates
McGuire Wood & Bissette Law Firm
Paramount Kia of Asheville
Roberts & Stevens Law Firm
Stone & Christy Law Firm
TD Bank
The Van Winkle Law Firm
Ward & Smith Law Firm
Wells Fargo
Wright Creative



“From the standpoint of bang for your charitable giving dollar, Pisgah Legal is a great deal.

They leverage my gift, not only with the hard work of a remarkably talented staff of dedicated lawyers and paralegals, but also with an amazing cadre of volunteer attorneys who take cases that help us keep people in their homes, get access to health care, and stay safe from domestic violence and abuse.

Every dollar I give PLS, returns $5 dollars to our community. That’s what I call return on investment.”

– Senator Terry Van Duyn (pictured here – right – with Sister Simone Campbell at the 2014 Poverty Forum. Michael Oppenheim photo)