Cassie Aguilar (center), at her new place of employment, Liquid Waste Solutions, with the owner, Sheryn Bates (left), and Social Motion Transition Coordinator, Stacy Anderson (right). Cassie was the first enrollee in Social Motion’s Transition, Training, and Taxpaying program that was funded by a grant from the Texas Bar Foundation.
District 6 Reception, Dallas
District 6 Reception, Dallas - District 6 Nominating Co-Chair Mark Shank, grantee speaker from Advocates for Community Transformation Elizabeth Wirmani, District 6 Nominating Co-Chair Mark Sales, 2015-2016 Fellows Chair David W. Copeland
Hands On Texarkana Parenting Skills
Hands On Texarkana Skilled Parenting and Family Values Program At Federal Corrections Institution in Texarkana. Pictured here is Johnie Smith with her students.
Blast From The Past
Blast From The Past - Texas Bar Foundation Donated $20,000 to Easter Seals of Greater Houston.
Hands On Texarkana
Texas Bar Foundation awarded Hands On Texarkana $8,173 for their FCI program. Skilled Parenting Class At Federal Corrections Institution in Texarkana, Texas. Pictured here is Johnie Smith with her students.
Texas Bar Foundation Serving Texans For Over 50 Years
The Texas Bar Foundation is pleased to award a total of $1,001,557 in grants to 82 organizations during the 2015-2016 grant cycle.
For a full listing of the Spring 2016 grant descriptions, click here.
“The Texas Bar Foundation during its five decades has awarded more than $16 million in grants to charitable organizations across Texas. The devotion of its founders and continued Fellow support has made the Texas Bar Foundation the largest charitably funded bar foundation in the nation. With our continued and collective contributions, we can ensure that the work of the Texas Bar Foundation will continue well into the future.”
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Sustaining Life Fellow Jewelry
Are you a Sustaining Life Fellow? If so, Texas Bar Foundation commemorative cufflinks and lapel pins are available to you. See the variety of options below and order by clicking here.
Texas Lawyer’s Creed
The Texas Bar Foundation encourages all lawyers to remember the importance of maintaining the highest standards of ethics and professionalism. In 1989, the Supreme Court of Texas and the Court of Criminal Appeals adopted the Texas Lawyer’s Creed. This mandate for professionalism is printed and distributed to attorneys and the public by the Texas Bar Foundation. Take time to view the Texas Lawyer’s Creed.