By Cherri Gregg

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia attorney is taking her law firm on the road. It’s part of a charitable effort to help an underserved population.

The effort is called “Caravan of Hope.”

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“It’s literally going to be a law firm on wheels, a 26 foot vehicle that I will convert into office space,” said Angela Giampolo, who runs Philly Gay Lawyer.

Giampolo came up with the idea of taking a tricked out legal RV into rural Pennsylvania cities to help the LGBT community soon after President Trump was elected. But she fast-tracked the idea once the administration rolled back transgender bathroom guidelines.

“I’m taking the resistance on the road, so to speak, because I’m doing my part,” she said.

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Giampolo recently launched a Go-Fund Me to purchase and outfit the RV. The goal is to raise $50,000 and roll out the new vehicle this summer to three Pennsylvania cities — after advance visits to raise awareness and answer questions.

“Whether or not they’ll be able to adopt their children, whether or not their marriages are solid,” she explained.

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