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  • How can I contribute money to help ensure open access to the law?

    We provide legal information to the public for free, but it is not without cost.
    Click here to read about our fundraising efforts.
    You can donate by clicking on the blue box on the top of that page, as well.

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    I will not receive my Bank Debit Card until next week. But as soon as I do, I pledge to contribute $25. I really appreciate the service you offer and it is worth much more than the small sum you have requested. I also pledge to contribute as often as possible - at least once per month as long as I use your site. Thank You!!! Have a Happy Holiday.


    • #3
      Thank you for your support!


      • #4
        Last year I contributed to support LII. My employer matches gifts to educational institutions, but they require that the institution go to a website to confirm the gift. I used the standard Cornell address they had on file (130 E. Seneca, Suite 100). However, I received periodic notices that the required confirmation had not been received. I think I called the phone number a couple of times, but never got through to anyone. As best I can tell, the three-month window for confirmation expired, and my gift was not matched by my employer. What needs to be done to make sure this does not happen again?


        • #5
          Thank you for your message and for your support of the LII. While our affiliation with Cornell has many advantages for us, the ability to process matching gifts has never been one. This is a challenge that is well known within Cornell's fundraising units, and it's our understanding that they are working to develop an easy-to-use matching platform. But, to everyone's frustration, they aren't there yet. Obviously, we would love to be able to receive matching gifts in a way that is effortless for both us and, more importantly, for donors like you. We very much regret that this has been difficult and unrewarding for you and we hope to have better news in the future.