Grants of up to $2,300 are available for programs that help public understanding of the legal system. Past recipients include ABC for Health, Inc., and teen court programs across the state. Apply by April 3, 2020.
March 4, 2020 – The Wisconsin Law Foundation is seeking grant applications for charitable or educational programs that promote greater public understanding of the law and the improvement of the administration of justice, or are an educational program or project that directly affects Wisconsin residents.
The Foundation distributes up to six $2,300 Truman Q. McNulty Grants each year. In 2019, the Wisconsin Law Foundation awarded more than $34,333 in grants for law-related educational programs across the state. You can find out more about these programs on the Foundation’s grants webpage.
Find out more about past recipients. They include ABC for Health, the Eastern District of Wisconsin Bankruptcy Help Desk, and Crawford and Grant counties’ teen courts programs.
Apply by April 3, 2020
To apply, visit the Foundation’s grants webpage for application instructions, or contact Beth Drake at org WLF-Fellows wisbar wisbar WLF-Fellows org, (608) 250-6171, or (800) 444-9404, ext. 6171.
Grant applications must be received by 5 p.m. on April 3, 2020. Applicants will be notified of the foundation’s grant award decisions by May 31, 2020.
About the Wisconsin Law Foundation
The Wisconsin Law Foundation is the charitable arm of the State Bar, and has distributed thousands of dollars in grants to support law-related education and public service programs statewide on behalf of the legal profession since 1996.
A fully chartered 501(c)3 organization, the Foundation sponsors State Bar public education programs and initiatives through the general grants fund such as the Wisconsin High School Mock Trial program, and administers statewide grants through the Truman Q. McNulty Grants.