On May 5, Ms. JD joined people and organizations around the world in uplifting and strengthening our communities through #GivingTuesdayNow. This movement serves to respond to the emotional toll and personal and financial challenges of COVID-19 with a day of giving and gratitude, modeled off of GivingTuesday's annual December 1 day of generosity and kindness. 

In the spirit of #GivingTuesday and #GivingTuesdayNow, we asked our community to support Ms. JD in three simple ways: 

1. Give 

Consider a donation of any amount to Ms. JD at

Your dollars will go to support over fifteen years of impact,  including public interest funding for law students, introduction to the law for middle-schoolers, awards for women in the legal profession, and in-person and virtual learning and networking events.  

We're truly grateful for any amount donated, and may even feature you on our Donor Wall


2. Engage

Join our social media community, contribute to our blog, participate in our programming, submit virtual job opportunities, and give gratitude. 

> Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, and Twitter to join the Ms. JD community and be the first to hear about our events!  

> Consider writing for our blog.

> Take advantage of our COVID-19 Resources and participate in our virtual programming. Check Linkedin & Twitter for the most up-to-date information on our events.

> Submit virtual job opportunities to connect legal professionals across the country to work, which will be added to our new Opportunity Board

> Participate in our 24 Hours of Gratitude by sharing your thanks and appreciation with the people and projects that are dear to you. 


3. Spread the Word 

Use the #whymsjd and #GivingTuesdayNow on social media to spread our impact!  

We want to hear about the impact that Ms. JD has had on you. Use the #whymsjd and join our community members in sharing why you support Ms. JD. 


Interested in learning more about what #GivingTuesdayNow means to Ms. JD?  Check out articles from our CEO Danielle Allison & Executive Assistant Abby Lee.  

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