Support the Foundation through AmazonSmile

The ACB Foundation is participating in’s charitable giving program, AmazonSmile. Through this initiative, Amazon will donate a percentage of the price of purchases made through our dedicated link below.

Shoppers will find the exact same prices on the items they are purchasing, with the added bonus of helping to raise funds to assist the ACB Foundation's many projects. If you plan to shop on, please consider using the link below. Don’t forget to bookmark the page so that you can help us every time you shop! Start shopping.

Pro Bono Projects Looking for Grants

The American College of Bankruptcy and American College of Bankruptcy Foundation award grants to legal services organizations whose activities are consistent with the objective of our respective missions. Grant awards are made by the College and Foundation’s Pro Bono Committee. Learn More >

Grant Resources

Before submitting a grant application, please take a few minutes to look through our compilation of Pro Bono Resources. Select past grant recipients have made their electronic materials available to organizations providing pro bono legal services. The following information may aid you in your mission to provide much needed bankruptcy assistance to low income debtors.  Learn More >

Find Pro Bono Opportunities in your Area

The Foundation has provided funding to worthwhile projects throughout the United States. If you would like to get involved and “give something back” to your community, click here to find a pro bono organization in your area. Learn More >

Resources for Consumers

Looking for information on Financial Literacy resources for yourself, family members, students or clients? We have included links to several sites and materials to help navigate the confusing and ever-changing world of personal finance. Learn More >

Donate to the Foundation Today!

The need, and demand, for pro bono bankruptcy services has never been greater than it is now. If the bankruptcy bar will not support these services, who will? Please give—if not an hour of your time, then, at least, an hour of your money. Learn More >