Mid-Shore Pro Bono

EASTON — Mid-Shore Pro Bono (MSPB), a non-profit organization on Maryland’s Eastern Shore that provides free access to legal services to low-income community members, today announced its search for new MSPB board members to expand the organization’s impact on the mid and lower shore communities it serves.

“As we celebrate 15 years of providing civil legal assistance to individuals and families, we are planning ahead for the future of our organization and are seeking results driven leaders to help lay the course for the next 15 years,” said Sandy Brown, Executive Director.

Volunteers are not required to be attorneys to join the board, but non-profit and fundraising experience is preferred. The board meets quarterly with breakout committee meetings throughout the year. MSPB is widely known and respected within the legal services community in the state and is eager to grow its board membership.

For more information about MSPB and the board selection process, please call 410-690-8128 ext. 313 or email Sandy Brown at sabrown@midshoreprobono.org. A complete list of board members can be found at https://midshoreprobono.org/who-we-are/our-people/

About Mid-Shore Pro Bono

The goal of Mid-Shore Pro Bono is to strengthen the communities of Maryland’s Eastern Shore by ensuring equal access to civil justice through connecting low-income individuals and families in need of civil legal help with volunteer attorneys and community resources. Based on this belief, we envision a community where all individuals should feel respected and empowered throughout the legal system. To learn more or to support our work please visit www.midshoreprobono.org.

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