Community Support

Kaleo Legal is proud to support community efforts to develop and grow the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Virginia and beyond.  To that end, we are a supporter of Startup Virginia, and a Startup Innovator partner of Lighthouse Labs.  We also present with 757 Accelerate and Downriver – The Virginia Venture Summit, and serve on the Board of Women in Venture. 

Startup Virginia (SVA) is a nonprofit high-growth business incubator dedicated to advancing businesses that build a long-term, sustainable economy for Virginia. SVA currently serves 80+ startup companies, more than 200 mentors and subject matter experts, and a regional investors network. SVA also provides entrepreneurial guidance and education that is open to all. With support from our partners, mentors, investors, and donors, we help entrepreneurs reach their full potential.

Lighthouse Labs is the premiere nationally ranked startup accelerator in Virginia. We are a non-profit, mentor-driven startup acceleration program that provides $20,000 to accepted startups without taking equity. We connect promising founders with proven mentors, investors, support services, working space and lean startup education to move from idea to viable high growth venture in 3 months.

757 Accelerate is a non-profit startup accelerator program. Our mission is to provide startups with the customized resources and capital they need to grow. We boost promising startups towards customer traction and revenue using our a network of mentors, investors, support services, working space, and a lean startup education.

Presented by Activation Capital and Venture Forum RVA, Downriver brings together people from across Virginia’s entrepreneurial ecosystems for a day of networking, learning, and collaboration.


Kaleo Legal also volunteers, through The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program to represent Veterans on a pro bono basis in their appeals to the Court of Appeals for Veteran Claims, after they have been denied service entitlement for medical benefits.

The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program (Pro Bono Program) was created in 1992, with a dual mission: to provide assistance to unrepresented veterans or their family members who have filed appeals at the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (Court); and to recruit and train attorneys in the then fledgling field of veterans’ law.