PCVA is committed to serving the community outside of the courtroom. Our attorneys and staff are actively involved in a variety of service organizations through volunteerism and charitable giving. Below are just some of the organizations that we have worked with.
The Legal Foundation of Washington is a nonprofit organization created in 1984 at the direction of the Washington Supreme Court to distribute IOLTA funds to legal aid organizations across the state. LFW has more than 35 years of experience raising, managing, and distributing funds to achieve equal civil justice for low-income people.
King County Bar Pro Bono Program
The King County Bar Association’s Pro Bono Services program promotes social justice by establishing and managing volunteer-based, client-focused legal services programs and providing services on an equal and non-discriminatory basis for low-income King County residents who would not otherwise receive legal assistance.
Tacoma/Pierce County Bar Association
The Tacoma/Pierce County Bar Association exists to serve the members of the community by promoting professionalism, community service and collegiality among lawyers while improving access to justice
Latino Bar Association Washington
The Latina/o Bar Association of Washington’s mission is to promote, support, and serve both Washington’s current and future Latina/o legal professionals and the broader Latina/o community.
CHILD USA is the leading national nonprofit think tank working to end child abuse and neglect in the United States. CHILD USA engages in high-level legal, social science, and medical research and analysis to derive the best public policies to end child abuse and neglect in America. CHILD USA produces evidence-based solutions and information needed by policymakers, organizations, media, and society as a whole to increase child protection and the common good.
TeamChild’s mission is to uphold the rights of youth involved, or at risk of being involved, in the juvenile justice system. The organization works hard to help these youth secure the education, healthcare, housing and other support they need to achieve positive outcomes in their lives.
YWCA Pierce County has devoted over a century to creating opportunity and safety for adults and children in the greater Tacoma community. An inclusionary non-profit organization, YWCA Pierce County provides assistance to survivors of domestic violence and their children.
The mission of the Outdoors For All Foundation is to enrich the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities through outdoor recreation. The organization is a national leader in delivering adaptive and therapeutic recreation for children and adults with disabilities.
Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home, believing that affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities.
Roanoke Park Counseling provides long-term, affordable therapy for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse to restore their hope and dignity through specialized and affordable therapy, community education, and public advocacy.
Banchero Disability Partners empowers adults with developmental disabilities so that they may realize their potential, achieve their goals, and be active and contributing members of their communities.
Washington Women Lawyers is Washington’s largest organization dedicated to furthering the full integration of women in the legal profession and promoting equal rights and opportunities for women. Through the combined resources of a statewide organization and a network of local chapters, Washington Women Lawyers offers programming and support for women lawyers throughout the state.
Brain Injury Alliance of Washington
The Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA) is a small, nonprofit organization that was originally founded in 1982 as the Washington State Head Injury Foundation by family members determined to create a system of support for all Washingtonians affected by Brain Injury. The organization has become a statewide resource for individuals with brain injury, managing the Washington State Brain Injury Resource Center and offering intensive resource management in most counties. The BIAWA serves 10,000+ individuals a year through free classes, support groups, information and referral services, and social opportunities.
Emergency Food Network provides 70+ food pantries, meal sites, and shelters with more than one million pounds of food each month, at no cost to them, for distribution to families and individuals in need.