The District of Columbia has over 79,177 actively practicing lawyers working across a wide range of areas including (but not limited to) the government, the private sector, in non-profits and as consultants and solo practitioners. Legal aid is available to all those who are earning below a certain income level. The Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia is the oldest organization in this regard - it was established in 1932. Other than that, the D.C. Bar sponsors its own Pro Bono Center, which is responsible for offering legal advice, and setting up resource centers and referral clinics. The federal district is also home to the Nonprofit Legal Assistance Program, which offers special legal help to community-oriented non-profit organizations.