In the video above see The Texas Bar Foundation and The Women’s Home honored by KPRC 2 to be one of the Houston’s Noteworthy Newsmakers. Interviewed by Andy Cerota, he states,
“For more than 50 years The Women’s Home has helped women find the strength to overcome mental illness, addiction and other trauma to lead successful lives.”
In this newscast Wendy Burgower of the Texas Bar Foundation and Marcia Tapp, Director of Development for The Women’s Home in Houston, Texas explain the important role that both organizations serve in funding this important work.
The next event for The Women’s Home is on The Impact of Incarceration on September 30, 2015 at The United Way. Tickets can be gotten by clicking here.
Texas Bar Foundation’s 50th Anniversary – Serving Texans For Over 50 Years
Foundation Support Sponsor BNSF Railway Company The Dacus Firm
Spring 2015 Grantees Announced
The Texas Bar Foundation is pleased to award 29 organizations grants for a total of $524,063 during the Spring 2015 grant cycle.
For a full listing of the Spring 2015 grant descriptions, click here.
“The Texas Bar Foundation has made a positive impact in the lives of many thousands of Texans throughout its nearly 50-year history. This has only been possible with the loyal support of our Fellows and Friends, and for that we are truly grateful. We appreciate your interest in, and support of, the Texas Bar Foundation.” Timothy W. Mountz Chair, Board of Trustees
Keep in Touch
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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.