As the Director and the Chair of the NSRLP Advisory Board, we would like to encourage you to consider making a donation to our operating costs.
NSRLP runs on a shoestring, despite our prodigious output of A2J research, SRL Primers, blogs, podcasts and much more. You may be surprised to learn that the NSRLP has just one full-time staff person – our Project Coordinator, Dayna Cornwall – whose position is “soft funded” from year to year.
We would like to stabilize this key organizational position, and also to expand our capacity to take on research as well as both professional and public engagement.
We continuously apply for government and foundation funding to support our projects, but this year have decided to turn to our many friends for help as well.
Donating is simple.
- Click on the button below which will take you to the University of Windsor’s Donate page.
- Once there, please select “new gift”
- Next (under “Designations”) please select “Other” and then type in “NSRLP”.
- Your donation will go directly to NSRLP’s account at the Faculty of Law and will be used to pay for the Project Coordinator’s salary as well as the smaller salaries of our dedicated student research assistants.
- This is a charitable donation, and you will receive a tax receipt from the University of Windsor.
Our goal here is to develop some financial security for NSRLP, so If you are willing to commit to a contribution on an annual or monthly basis, please click on any of the boxes on the final page asking to be contacted. There is no box for “regular donation”, but clicking any of these this will connect you to the Law School’s Alumni and Fund Development Office, who will call you to set up a regular donation.
To set up a regular donation, you can also call Sue Arnold at 519-253-2000 ex 3171 or email Shae Haraysem, Major Gifts Officer at the Faculty of Law at email@example.com.
We can personally guarantee that every cent we receive will be well spent – we work very hard.
We believe the work of the NSRLP is unique and that it is vital in our Access to Justice crisis. Please help us to take that work forward.
Julie Macfarlane, Professor of Law, Director, NSRLP
Rob Harvie, Chair, NSRLP Advisory Board