Since 2017, the Bairs Foundation has helped hundreds of plaintiffs and their families cover basic living expenses during litigation. Those families’ ability to do essential things such as pay rent, put food on the table, and keep their cars depends on the generosity of our donors.
Today, the Bairs Foundation is announcing a new way to contribute on a monthly or annual basis. Six new membership levels allow people anywhere to regularly donate to our 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The goal is to offer membership opportunities designed to fit everyone.
By becoming a member of the Bairs Foundation, you:
- Help keep individuals and families out of poverty across the country
- Provide basic living necessities such as housing, food, and transportation to people who have been critically injured or endured tragedy
- Strengthen our nation’s civil justice system by enabling people to see their lawsuit through to the end, especially against deep-pocket defendants
- Make possible an alternative, fair source of lending so plaintiffs don’t have to rely on usurious, exploitive for-profit lending companies
- Give hope back to victims of tragedy
All dues to the Bairs Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Tragedy does not discriminate. When personal injury hits, a family’s life can turn upside down; and all the while, they have to continue paying the bills and putting food on the table. The Bairs Foundation supports these individuals and families who are pursuing justice and who need help making ends meet while they do so. As the very first 501(c)(3) approved nonprofit organization in the plaintiff-funding industry, your support is critical to our success in funding families nationwide and influencing other non-profits to replicate our model. Thank you for considering becoming a member of our cause.
A West Point graduate where he served as captain and military aviator, John Bair continues his commitment to our country through his efforts within the settlement planning industry. He has represented families of victims lost in the Flight 3407 crash, offered pro bono services to the families of 9/11 victims and drafted the first consumer protection bill for plaintiffs (H.R. 3699).