Brooklyn Legal Organizations Receive $450,000 in State Grants

April 26, 2012 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
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NEW YORK — Sixty-seven organizations across New York state have received grants totaling $450,000, including several organizations in Brooklyn.
 
"We are pleased to support law-related projects that benefit individuals, families and communities in New York state. These grants help organizations fulfill their missions and provide vital services to those in need," said The New York Bar Foundation President M. Catherine Richardson.
 
The Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteers Lawyers Project and The George Walker Jr. Community Coalition, both of Brooklyn, received grants, as did the Center for Court Innovation, which operates throughout the boroughs.
 
The New York Bar Foundation is dedicated to aiding charitable and educational projects to meet the law-related needs of the public and the legal profession. To learn more about The New York Bar Foundation and how you can support its charitable programs, go to www.tnybf.org, call (518) 487-5651 or email [email protected]

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