Mission Statement

Providing legal aid funding to support the due process rights of the LGBTQ community

The mission of Project Due Process is to operate exclusively by providing legal aid funding for defending the right to Due Process under the Constitution of the United States of America, and expanding those protections through supportive litigation assistance for those whose rights have been violated. 

We support members of the LGBTQ community who have had allegations leveled against them in the public domain causing the loss of livelihood, employment, community standing, and any other aspect of their lives that has been negatively impacted.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

What is Project Due Process?

Project Due Process (PDP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to uphold the principles and values of procedural and substantive Due Process as stated in the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution. PDP, in appropriate circumstances, provides aid for legal support to LBGTQ individuals whose constitutional, statutory, contractual, or other legally protected Due Process rights have been violated.

How does Project Due Process support LBGTQ individuals?

PDP provides support to individuals on cases that fit within the organization's mission. We support cases for LGBTQ individuals that may advance the cause of Due Process. PDP is under no obligation to support all cases for which financial aid is requested.

What is PDP's political affiliation?

Project Due Process is a non-partisan, non-political organization whose representation and leadership are diverse. Our interest is in defending the due process rights of LBGTQ individuals whose personal and professional lives have been adversely affected by due process violations. Recognizing the array of political viewpoints is paramount in maintaining our ethical obligation to our mission statement.

Who are your donors?

PDP welcomes the financial support of individuals and foundations who share our organization's commitment to the principles of Due Process.

How can I contribute financially to Project Due Process

Please visit our DONATE page for ways to give. The Project Due Process organization relies entirely on the financial support of individuals and foundations in order to continue defending Due Process rights of the LBGTQ community. Project Due Process is recognized as a publicly supported charitable organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Your contribution may be tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. PDP does not provide legal or accounting advice, and donors are urged to consult their own legal or tax advisors.

Our EIN is 88-1310925

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