Make a Gift
Villy Stolper listens to his client’s concerns.
Do you believe in public service and in teaching law students how to be high quality attorneys for older people? Do you want to help us serve older people in need?
How much? We welcome contributions of any amount. Your contribution will be recognized in our newsletter and website, which reach thousands of people. The university can work with you to publicize your commitment to these values. Anonymous contributions can also be made. Our contributors have included foundations and law firms.
Why? Services like our website and library are costly to maintain. Our clinical program provides one-on-one teaching in a complex and rapidly evolving area of law. We provide home visits to nursing homes, hospitals and home-bound clients. Our resources help train lawyers to better serve the elderly.
Where? Tax-deductible donations to the Elder Law Clinic can be sent to:
WFU School of Law
Attn: Margaret Lankford
P.O. Box 7206
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
Questions about giving can be directed to Jon McLamb, Director of Law Development, (336)758-5537 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support.