In addition to awarding grants, the Kentucky Bar Foundation supports the following statewide volunteer programs for Kentucky lawyers.
Kentucky Attorneys Doing Good
At its heart, the Kentucky Bar Foundation is about attorneys and judges helping others. Through its Kentucky Attorneys Doing Good program, the Foundation is proud to spotlight attorneys making a difference by volunteering in their communities.Learn more about Kentucky Attorneys Doing Good
CARE in Kentucky
The Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE) program is a national program offered to Kentucky schools with funding from the Kentucky Bar Foundation. The CARE speaker program, website featuring online teacher resources, and CARE student booklet are designed to alert students to the costs and benefits of using credit and the consequences of its abuse.Learn more about CARE in Kentucky
Turning 18 is an exciting time in the life of any young adult. With new freedoms, come new responsibilities. U@18 is a program designed to inform graduating high school students about the legal rights and responsibilities that come with reaching the age of majority.Learn more about U@18
Bullying is a severe problem plaguing our schools. In an effort to bring awareness to schools around the nation, the American Bar Association is sponsoring a nationwide campaign to raise awareness in middle schools on the issue of bullying, and Kentucky attorneys are supporting the cause.Learn more about Bullyproof