Helping Good organizations, doing Good work, find Good attorneys to Build something GREAT.


Who do we help?

B4G helps charities and nonprofit organizations with limited budgets and a construction law need. This might include:

· Food banks;

· Domestic violence and homeless shelters;

· Community facilities;

· Organizations helping citizens with physical, emotional or mental disabilities;

· Schools serving underserved populations;

· Conservation and art organizations promoting access to the arts and outdoors by people of all backgrounds; and

· Animal protection organizations.


How do we help?

B4G recruits qualified construction attorneys, who want to provide pro bono legal services, and charitable organizations in need of construction-related legal services, and pairs them based on financial need and appropriate legal skills.



What services are available?

B4G volunteer attorneys provide both transactional and dispute resolution services. Legal work may include:

TRANSACTIONAL: drafting and negotiating construction and design agreements or reviewing and advising on contracts for construction projects.

DISPUTE RESOLUTION: representing nonprofit clients in construction litigation, mediation, or arbitration relating to design or construction defects or other problems on the facility.

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B4G pilot programs

Currently, B4G is launching pilot services in Florida, Massachusetts, Minnesota and New Jersey. We are expanding into other states in 2020. Contact us to learn more.


B4G encourages and promotes lawyers giving back.

Every minute of an attorney’s volunteer services helps an organization save costs.

Our Building for Good volunteer lawyers are making all the difference in helping to make our new facility become a reality - to serve homeless women and their children. Through this construction and expansion we will be able to increase the number of women and families we serve from 700 to 2000 per year.
— Maryann Civitello - Board President, Elizabeth Stone House

Put your resources to mission delivery, not legal fees.

Every dollar your organization saves on legal fees is another dollar better spent on your mission.