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Rhonda M. Anderson
Founder, Anderson Law Group

Rhonda M. Anderson is a dedicated strategist with over twenty-five years of non-profit management, legal, and compliance experience. Attorney Anderson is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar and provides business development and project management for nonprofit organizations.  She has facilitated the success of numerous small and mid-sized businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and several commercial development projects over the last several years.

Although she is a diversely prepared Counselor, Attorney Anderson primarily enjoys practicing corporate law, as well as faith-based legal ministry. Specifically, Attorney Anderson provides leadership for the Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church Annual Financial Ministry Estate Planning Seminar, in addition to providing free services for the community, such as criminal record expungements, wills preparation for seniors, and legal career awareness workshops for teens and young adults. 

Attorney Anderson earned her Juris Doctorate (law degree) from Temple University and an MBA in Finance from LaSalle University. She enthusiastically serves her community as an Advisor and Board Member to several community and nonprofit organizations, including Board member of the Philadelphia VIP Tangled Title Fund Committee, and Board Secretary and Chair of the Development Committee for the Germantown Cricket Club.

Founded by Rhonda Anderson, Esq., ANDERSON LAW GROUP (ALG) is a woman-owned, client-centered firm with a passion for achieving high-impact, long-term rewards for our clients, while also providing resources to strengthen our communities. Informed by over 25 years of legal expertise, ALG provides legal and strategy consulting services to religious institutions, small businesses, and not-for-profit organizations. In addition to offering unique and niche services, ALG commonly focuses on: 

  • Estate planning and real estate services for individual clients;
  • Supporting small businesses, religious, and nonprofit organizations with foundational and advanced legal processes 
  • Bolstering the viability of economic and social development programs
  • Training nonprofit boards in regulatory compliance and non-profit status


Our housing justice program offers down payment grants to qualifying BIPOC first time home buying residents in the DC and Philadelphia areas. Awards range from $5,000 to $15,000 and grants are made multiple times per year until funds are expended.

The application/review process is straight forward and uncomplicated.

Our Board of Advisors reviews applications, interviews finalists and identifies grantees. This is a partnership with the Greater Washington Community Foundation who supports the administrative complexity so we can very simply help people buy homes. *

Applicants must identify as one of the following: American Indian, Indigenous, Alaska Native, Asian, Pacific Islander, Black, African American, Hispanic or Latinix birdSEED has made 29 provisional grants to date. The total grant pool available was $215,000. Additional funds have been raised from supportive community members who shared our vision of simple, no strings financial down payment grants that accelerate the home buying process. If you are positioned to give, please do. Needs are great, resources are limited and your help is essential.

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