Applying for a Pro Bono Grant from the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation
The American College of Bankruptcy Foundation (the “Foundation”) awards grants to legal services organizations whose activities are consistent with the objectives of the mission of the Foundation. Grant awards are made by the Foundation’s Pro Bono Committee (the “Committee”).
Before Applying for a Grant
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. Agencies received funds from the American College of Bankruptcy to create materials to aid pro bono attorneys in providing much needed bankruptcy assistance to low income debtors.
2023 Pro Bono Grant Applications
Applications and guidelines for 2023 grants are now available. APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE JUNE 1, 2023.
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Click here for the 2023 Grant Application and click here for the 2023 Grant Application Guidelines. 2023 Grant Applications must be submitted using the online form.
Applying for a DEI Grant from the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation
The American College of Bankruptcy will consider funding grants to support local or other initiatives to promote diversity in the insolvency industry. Applications and guidelines for 2023 grants are now available. APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE JULY 25, 2023.