The Law Foundation is accepting applications for funding through its 2012 projects budget of $750,000.
Who: An eligible group must be a “non-profit organization in British Columbia whose proposed time-limited project falls within one or more of the five statutory mandated areas of the Law Foundation: legal aid; legal education; legal research; law reform; and law libraries.”
What: The Law Foundation is accepting applications for projects in a variety of areas, especially aboriginal legal issues; consumer and debt issues; elder law; family law; legal needs of remote geographical areas; public legal education; and technology. Projects are eligible for a maximum grant of $75,000.
How & When: Submit a letter of intent by 3pm, January 13, 2012 — contact the Law Foundation to discuss your project prior to submitting a Letter of Intent form.
For complete details, see the Large Projects page of the Law Foundation website.