Georgia Bar Foundation (GBF)
07/31/20 4:30 PM
Grants to Georgia nonprofit organizations providing legal services to low-income individuals to promote access to justice in civil suits. Funding is intended to address inequities in the mortgage and foreclosure system that impact disadvantaged individuals and communities. The goal of the program is to support legal services for the poor, to improve the administration of justice, to promote professionalism in law practice, to aid children involved in the justice system, and to advance the legal system through historical study.
Two areas of award focus are considered: Foreclosure-Prevention Legal Assistance and Community Redevelopment Legal Assistance. For additional information, see: https://www.gabar.org/aboutthebar/lawrelatedorganizations/iolta/upload/RFP_BOASettlement_Round-4.pdf#page=4
For information about funding criteria, see: https://www.gabar.org/aboutthebar/lawrelatedorganizations/iolta/upload/RFP_BOASettlement_Round-4.pdf#page=9
GrantWatch ID#: 190842
The exact dollar amount of any given grant and the way in which the funds are distributed will depend on the quality of the proposal and the number of proposals received.
Grants may range from one (1) to three (3) years, depending on the applicant’s request and the agreement of the Bar Foundation. The grants may be renewable, depending on the success of the grantee’s program and the additional continuing needs of the target population.
Projects must start within sixty (60) days of the award unless a specific written request for a different starting date is made in the proposal and approved in the award letter from the Bar Foundation.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online (by clicking Submit on the Application Form in Supporting Documents, below) and email the application to Carrie Raynor, Finance Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct questions to:
Len Horton, Executive Director
Georgia Bar Foundation
104 Marietta Street NW, Suite 610
Atlanta, GA 30303
Lisa Smith, IOLTA coordinator
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