Funding Urgent Boots-on-the-Ground Initiatives
The American Bar Endowment’s Opportunity Grant Program supports new, boots-on-the-ground, innovative programs and projects that serve the immediate and critical legal needs of the public and are of importance to the legal profession and its concerns for access to justice.
The ABE Opportunity Grant Program funding focus areas include:
- Increasing access to justice, especially for vulnerable and underserved populations using innovations to legal services delivery, capacity-building, or pro bono service.
- Improvement of the justice system, including ensuring equal justice and elimination of bias; and
- Increasing public understanding of legal rights and responsibilities so people can recognize legal problems and know how to address them.
The 2023 Opportunity Grant application cycle is now closed, and the grants will be announced in February of 2023. The 2024 grant cycle will open July 1, 2023. Letters of Inquiry will be due in September and applications will be due in October. Dates certain will be posted shortly. We are so very honored to be able to support the work of our grantees and look forward with excitement to each new grant cycle
ABE OPPORTUNITY GRANT PROGRAM CONTACT INFORMATION
American Bar Endowment
321 North Clark Street
Attention: Opportunity Grants
THE 2022 GRANT CYCLE IS NOW OPEN.
PAST GRANT RECIPIENTS
Funding urgent, boots on the ground initiatives.
For information regarding the ABE Opportunity Grants, contact Joanne Martin at email@example.com or (312) 988-6408.
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