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ICLC Foundation

ICLC Foundation Appeal

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The ICLC Foundation is a charitable trust established in 2012 to support the Inner City Legal Centre (ICLC). The purpose of the foundation is to fund the work of the ICLC, in particular additional projects connected with the provision of legal services and access to justice, with a particular focus on LGBTI support, where the ICLC does not have the resources to pursue those projects itself.

Vision


A NSW where socially and economically disadvantaged people, including LGBTI communities, understand the law, have their legal rights protected and have access to a just legal system.

Mission


To provide innovative, empowering and high quality legal services through advice, representation, education and advocacy

Foundation Patron


The Honourable Michael Kirby, AC CMC

Future projects of the ICLC Foundation

  • Provide an increased range of legal services for LGBTI communities across NSW;
  • Develop legal information kits for disadvantaged communities to assist them to do as much as they can in their own legal matter;
  • Community legal education;
  • Outreach to rural and remote LGBTI communities;
  • Assisting LGBTI people to know and exercise their legal rights;
  • Conduct legal research to inform legal information and law reform;
  • Development of specialist services for highly disadvantaged groups e.g. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, sex workers and clients with a mental illness.
For further details, or for more information on other ways to give to the Foundation, please visit the ICLC Foundation website: www.iclc.org.au/foundation.

About the Inner City Legal Centre (ICLC)

The Inner City Legal Centre is a respected community legal centre based in Kings Cross. It was established in 1980.

ICLC provides specialist legal services to anyone who is gay, lesbian, bisexual; transgender; or intersex throughout NSW. The Centre also provides legal services to disadvantaged people living in the Sydney City area.

Free legal advice is provided by appointment on weekday evenings by our volunteer solicitors.

The ICLC also provides legal services on an outreach basis. The Centre has represented clients in court and tribunals in a wide range of matters and hopes to expand these services in the future.

Current work of the ICLC


For further information on the current activities and projects of the Centre, please refer to the following website: http://www.iclc.org.au/iclc_services.html

Achievements

For further information on the achievements of the ICLC, please refer to the following website: ww.iclc.org.au/iclc_30yrs.html

Fundraise for this cause

Contact Details

PO Box 25
POTTS POINT NSW, 1335


Are donations tax deductible?

Yes

Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.