2011 Kentucky Bar Foundation Grants

$230,000 in Grant Money Awarded

Organization Program Amount
Kentucky Corps of Advocates for Veterans Program to deliver free legal assistance to low-income veterans across the Commonwealth $55,000
Amachi Central Kentucky Mentoring Program for Children who have an Incarcerated Parent $25,000
Boulware Mission, Owensboro Court Referral Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Program $25,000
Kentucky Innocence Project Support for program that provides incarcerated men and women who have legitimate claims of innocence with a resource through which their claims may be investigated and presented to the courts of the Commonwealth for relief $25,000
KBA Young Lawyers Section U@18 Programs Program to teach high school seniors regarding laws impacting them upon reaching the age of majority $25,000
Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE) Programs Financial literacy program presented by local bar associations to high school seniors in 34 counties throughout the Commonwealth $20,000
Kentucky CASA Eastern Kentucky Expansion Project Court Appointed Special Advocacy Program $20,000
Kentucky Legal Education Opportunity (KLEO) Summer Institute rogram designed to increase the number of law school graduates from historically under-represented students attending the Commonwealth's three public law schools $16,000
KBF Scholarship Louis D. Brandeis School of Law $5,000
KBF Scholarship Salmon P. Chase College of Law $5,000
KBF Scholarship University of Kentucky College of Law $5,000
KBA Distinguished Judge Award - Chief Judge Jennifer B. Coffman, Lexington Maxwell Street Legal Clinic $2,000
KBA Distinguished Lawyer Award - John G. Prather, Jr., Somerset Robert G. Lawson Professorship at the UK College of Law $2,000
Other Grant Years