The Ohio State Bar Foundation has awarded $644,685 in grants to 16 nonprofit organizations through its Fall Grant Cycle.
Each project supports the OSBF's mission to promote the pursuit of justice and public understanding of the rule of law, per a news release.
The grants, awarded this cycle, will provide mentorship and leadership opportunities for students, legal and civic education for immigrant populations, and services that cover a wide range of issues including domestic violence, disability rights, and homelessness, per the Columbus Dispatch. Read the Entire Article
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