The Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association (GAPABA) Law Foundation is seeking applications for its grant program.
- Activities that involve advocating for the interests of Asian Pacific American lawyers, law students, and other members of the legal profession or AsianPacific American communities.
- Educational workshops for the development and growth of Asian Pacific American lawyers, law students, and other members of the legal profession.
- Programs that broaden professional opportunities for, and provide fellowship opportunities among, Asian Pacific American lawyers, law students and other
- members of the legal profession.
- Community outreach and/or legal services projects that serve Asian Pacific American communities.
- The organization must be a not-for-profit entity in good standing.
- The organization must have IRC 501(c)(3) status.
- The organization must be financially solvent.
- The organization must have an advisory board, board of directors or trustees as well as officers or administrators who conduct the day to day business of the organization; however, officers may be volunteers.
- Grants to individuals.
- Event sponsorships, such as the purchase of tables, tickets, advertisements, receptions, alcoholic beverages, or entertainment.
- Operating expenses and costs such as rent, utilities, insurance, taxes or the cost of equipment used in the ordinary course of the organization’s business.
- Operating budgets, loans, deficit reductions or other general support.
- Honorariums and/or speaker fees.
- Programs or services funded by other organizations through other means.
- Projects intended to influence legislation or regulatory agencies.
- Political organizations, political action committees, partisan political activities, individual political campaigns, or any campaign whose purpose is to influence legislation.
- Organizations that are themselves grant making bodies.
For more information, visit https://gapaba.org/GLF-Grant