Philadelphia VIP, the hub of pro bono in Philadelphia, recruits, trains, and supports volunteer attorneys who provide free legal services to low-income clients. Philadelphia VIP has served as the hub of pro bono in Philadelphia since 1981. Founded by the Philadelphia Bar Association and Community Legal Services, VIP’s mission is to leverage the powerful resources of the community to provide quality volunteer legal services and ensure access to justice for low-income Philadelphians.
The next Executive Director will lead a dynamic organization that is poised for growth. VIP has a committed and engaged staff of 16, a 37 member Board of Directors, and an active volunteer corps of over 1,500. The organization is in the first year of its new strategic plan, after successfully achieving many of the former plan’s objectives and goals. The next Executive Director will be charged with continuing to focus on achieving excellent outcomes and services for both volunteers and clients. The Executive Director will empower the staff, engage the board of directors, manage the organization, cultivate and steward donors, and implement a sustainable, ambitious vision for VIP’s success.
Learn more about the position and how to apply here.