Partner with NCVLI

Sponsor the Work

In becoming an annual sponsor, your organization will connect with NCVLI’s national
audience of more than 8,000 individuals, businesses, and organizations. Your support
helps us provide critical resources to empower victims to ask for their rights to privacy,
safety and to be heard, and to ensure these rights are respected and honored.

Crime Victim Law Conference

The only national conference focused on Victim Law, an emerging area of law that includes victims’ rights enforcement in criminal cases.

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Voices for Justice

NCVLI’s signature yearly fundraiser that brings the victims’ rights community together to celebrate survivors of crime and the people who fight for their rights—attorneys, advocates, volunteers, and community partners.

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National Alliance of Victims’ Rights Attorneys & Advocates (NAVRA)

A project of NCVLI, aimed towards increasing availability of expert services , increased communicaion & coordination, searchable databases, pro-bono protals, and more!

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Through litigation, education and public policy, the National Crime Victim Law Institute is uplifting victims’ voices, working to uphold their rights, and ensuring they receive the support and resources they need. NCVLI works with all 50 states, the District of Columbia, military, tribal and federal systems through training, technical assistance, and partnerships.

In 2021, with sponsorship and partner support, NCVLI:

» Provided more than 50 trainings to nearly 2800 attorneys, advocates, and allied professionals
» Authored nearly 150 technical assistance responses in 34 states
» Filed 10 amicus curiae briefs
» Assisted NAVRA members by providing more than 20 new resources to the searchable databases which aid in legal advocacy

With more support, NCVLI can do even more to help crime victims get justice

To learn more or to reserve your sponsorship:
Send an email to ncvli@lclark.edu. In the subject heading, note 2022 NCVLI Sponsorship.

To support NCVLI as a sponsor, you can submit the following Sponsorship Form and payment via mail.

Send to:
National Crime Victim Law Institute
1130 SW Morrison St., Suite 240
Portland, OR 97205

In the memo line of the check, please note the sponsorship level.

Sponsorships can also be secured online at https://payit.nelnet.net/form/fWPQpOJN.

“The lives of crime victims are forever changed by the injustices they’ve faced, but working together, we can help them work through healing and continue living their lives.”

- Meg Garvin, MA, JD, MST

Executive Director