For over three decades, VPLC has provided leadership, support, training, public education and advocacy to address the civil legal needs of Virginia’s low-income population.
Primary geographic focus: Virginia
Organization type(s): Provider
Acronym or short name: VPLC
For over three decades, VPLC has consistently adhered to one mission: to provide leadership, support, training, public education and advocacy to address the civil legal needs of Virginia’s low-income population. To fight for the poor is, unfortunately, a battle that will not disappear in the near future, but with organizations such as VPLC tirelessly working on behalf of the less fortunate, the rights and services provided to this population will continue to be protected.
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