Where The Money Goes

For Fiscal Year 2021-2022


Click For Panhandle Region
Grant Total: $77,679 (6.2%)

Click For Northeast Details
Grant Total: $324,826 (26%)

Click For West Details
Grant Total: $18,910 (1.5%)

Click For Central Details
Grant Total: $224,500 (18%)

Click For Southeast Details
Grant Total: $333,022 (26.7%)

Click For Valley & Gulf Coast Detials
Grant Total: $42,000 (3.4%)

Click For Statewide Details
Grant Total: $227,360 (18.2%)


Cactus Nazarene Ministry CenterTo support a new legal program to increase self-sufficiency among the vulnerable immigrant and refugee population.$30,000
Catholic Charities of the Texas PanhandleTo provide legal and pro bono services to under-served immigrants and refugees in Amarillo, Texas and the Texas Panhandle.$20,000
Children's Advocacy Center of Greater West Texas, Inc.To fund specialized software and equipment for the multidisciplinary team to investigate child abuse or neglect and advocate for victims.$8,500
West Texas Community Mediation CenterTo assist in reducing the school attrition rate, and provide funding for the initial setup and training fees.$4,000
One Voice HomeTo provide trauma informed spaces for survivors of sex trafficking to experience healing.$15,179
Total Panhandle $77,679
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Hopes Door DBA Hope's Door New Beginning CenterTo provide legal advice and court representation to victims of domestic violence in matters most relevant to these survivors.$7,500
Texas Muslim Women's Foundation, Inc.To provide culturally sensitive, trauma-informed legal services in domestic violence survivors' native languages. 60% of clients don't speak English as a primary language.$15,000
Heartisans MarketplaceTo provide funding for a part-time assistant program director.$27,000
Longview Teen Court, Inc.To provide aspiring student attorneys with the opportunity to learn about the criminal justice system through actual attorney client interactions in a court room setting.$22,000
Alzheimer's Alliance of Northeast Texas, Inc.To provide education to caregivers and persons living with dementia, critical information regarding elder law, Medicaid, financial planning, and elder abuse.$11,576
Children's Advocacy Center of Smith CountyTo provide for an additional community education presenter to speak in schools, helping children recognize, report and resist abuse.$22,000
Café MomentumTo assist justice-involved youth with workforce development Intern wages, a home school program & education initiatives to combat pandemic-related economic losses.$10,000
Dallas Children's Advocacy CenterTo provide salary support for DCAC staff who provide services through the Forensic Interview program to ensure the healing and safety of severely abused children.$15,000
Dallas County/Dallas County District Attorney's Office To help close short-term transportation gaps for individuals assigned to the AIM Drug Court.$10,750
Frazier Revitalization, Inc.To provide updated technology needed for the Community Lawyering Center benefiting the clients in the way of economic development, safety and job creation.$12,000
Genesis Women's Shelter & SupportTo provide pro bono legal counseling to clients undergoing legal battles, including but not limited to protective orders, divorce settlements, and custody battles.$5,000
Human Rights Initiative of North Texas, Inc.To provide funding for staff and ancillary services to support pro bono attorneys.$20,000
Juliette Fowler CommunitiesTo provide legal support for young women who have experienced foster care or are at risk of homelessness due to neglect, abuse or abandonment.$5,000
Mosaic Family ServicesTo provide direct legal representation and legal advocacy for victims of abuse.$5,000
New Friends New LifeTo assist with fees associated with clearing criminal histories and other legal costs for trafficking survivors.$10,000
ACH Child and Family ServicesTo provide extensive training to case workers on the court process to improve outcomes for foster children.$25,000
Alliance for ChildrenTo provide "Behavioral Characteristics of Sex Offenders" training to team of multidisciplinary professionals.$6,000
Guardianship Services, Inc.To support a new case manager for the Financial Exploitation Prevention Center.$10,000
Texas A&M University School of LawTo develop legal risk management tools and training for lawyers to proactively assess and diagnose legal needs of underserved individuals in Texas.$15,000
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Denton County, Inc.To purchase office computer equipment.$3,500
Denton County Friends of the Family, Inc.To provide for the legal advocacy and representation needs of impoverished victims of intimate partner violence.$15,000
Denton County Lawyers FoundationTo cover start up costs for the program, including security systems, computers, printers, age appropriate activities, and furnishings to create an "at home feeling" .$37,500
Methodist Justice MinistryTo pay for court cost to free women and children from abuse and neglect.$15,000
Total Northeast Texas $324,826
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Center Against Sexual and Family ViolenceTo provide victims with education sessions on victim rights, information on VAWAU-VISA immigration process, court accompaniment and legal and immigration advocacy.
City of El Paso Municipal CourtTo provide funds for a Teen Court program run for and by teens who are trained in the roles of the Court personnel.$4,350
Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services, Inc.To provide the support necessary to communicate with immigrants in the state of Texas who speak neither English nor Spanish.$9,560
Total West Texas $18,910
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Baylor University School of LawTo fund a mental health and wellness program that will support and encourage law students to take care of themselves so they can serve others.$6,500
CASA of McLennan CountyTo implement a strategic marketing campaign to increase diversity for CASA volunteers and reduce the number of children in foster care without a volunteer advocate.$5,000
Transformative Justice of Williamson CountyTo partially support additional case workers and counselor to serve more young offenders.$15,000
Austin Classical GuitarTo support daily guitar classes in 4 Texas juvenile justice facilities, which are the only fully accredited arts programs for incarcerated youth in the state.$5,000
Austin Groups for the Elderly DBA AGE of Central TexasTo provide women with the legal resources, information, and community they need to thrive as they age and caregive.$6,000
Catholic Charities of Central TexasTo add one full-time immigration attorney to represent 125 more clients annually, decrease client wait times, and leverage technology to improve our client user experience.$20,000
Center for Child ProtectionTo partially fund the salary of the Coordination Manager in efforts related to Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth initiative.$7,500
ME3LJ CenterTo provide salaries of interns to expand outreach and services to the public.$8,000
VECINATo recruit, train and mentor pro bono attorneys representing Afghan nationals in affirmative asylum proceedings in Texas.$25,000
YMCA of AustinTo help purchase new technology for online scoring implemented during virtual conference.$5,000
Awaaz.orgTo Increase outreach and educate South Asian communities on legal rights, responsibilities of Domestic violence victims, survivors.
ChildSafeTo expand the Cardboard Kids campaign into 10 schools to ensure 3,500 children can recognize and report child abuse.$10,000
Girls Empowerment NetworkTo support the expansion into Bexar County of the Girl Connect Referral program for girls who are high risk of entering the juvenile justice system.$7,500
San Antonio Metropolitan Ministry, Inc. (dba SAMMinistries)To establish a legal expense fund to support people experiencing housing instability and receiving assistance from SAMMinistries.$17,500
Sistema Infantil TeletonUSA DBA Children's Rehabilitation Institute TeletonUSATo provide Legal Services for Immigrant Families with a child with a disability, including legal consultation fees, filing fees, and expenses that are necessary for legal status.$7,500
Texas Fair Defense ProjectTo expand pro-bono program statewide to begin record clearing services, and transition to sustained hybrid and face-to-face models.$7,500
Friends of the Mason County CourthouseTo contribute to the restoration of the historical Mason County Courthouse which was destroyed by fire on February 4, 2021, as a result of arson.$50,000
Total Central $224,500
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CASA of SoutheastTexasTo assist with funding an additional CASA Volunteer Coordinator to serve the rising caseload of more abused and neglected children in Jefferson County$20,000
Family Services of Southeast Texas, Inc.To provide legal services performed by licensed attorneys on behalf of victims needing protective orders.$15,000
Girls' Haven, Inc.To aid in the rent of an apartment for our Supervised Independent Living Program for a year.$16,285
Angel ReachTo fund a learning intervention, diversion program offered for at-risk youth 16-24 who struggle with learning difficulties.$20,000
Community Christian Legal AidTo fund a part-time experienced paralegal to support volunteer attorneys who agree to represent our income-constrained clients.$10,000
Children 4 TomorrowTo Provide training in support of a virtual telehealth HIPPA compliance system,with privacy protection & technology expansion to support child abuse victims and family.$11,490
Communities in Schools Houston, Inc.To provide stipends for high school students to serve as interns for the Harris County Courthouse/ District Attorney's Office in Summer 2022.$10,560
Experiential Education Department-Thurgood Marshall School of LawTo hire a staff attorney whose sole responsibility will be to assist in the review, adjudication, and summer semester management of cases.$20,000
Harris County Domestic Relations OfficeTo support the Office's Legal Services Division in providing self-represented services for parties with actions pending in Harris County Family District Courts.$25,000
HAY Center FoundationTo provide legal navigation services to young adults who have aged out of the foster care system in order for them to finalize pending legal issues.$20,000
His Fathers Heart MinistriesTo provide a recovery-based framework for women to cease trauma-based living in order to make decisions based on personal value.$3,500
Memorial Assistance MinistriesTo assist young low-income immigrants in obtaining or continuing their work authorization through Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).$9,900
South Texas College of Law HoustonTo provide stipends to Qualified Unlicensed Law School Graduates to assist tenants in the housing stability clinics and eviction defense in the Harris County Justice Courts.$25,000
The BeaconTo provide funding for quarterly drafting clinics tailored to engage pro bono attorneys in record sealing case work.$7,787
The Council on RecoveryTo provide comprehensive, intensive outpatient treatment to adults with limited financial resources who are involved in the justice system.$15,000
AccessHealthTo hire and equip a Community Health Worker to lead initiatives that connect quality legal services to patients with health harming legal needs.$40,000
Tahirih Justice CenterTo deliver free, holistic, trauma-informed legal services to immigrant survivors of violence in Fort Bend County.$20,000
CASA of Galveston CountyTo support efforts to engage youth exiting care through educating them on their rights, future planning, and identifying external supports that promote independence.$2,500
Galveston-Houston Immigrant Representation ProjectTo provide Galveston and Houston immigrant survivors with comprehensive, trauma-informed legal services so they can achieve safety and stability.$10,000
Justice ForwardTo assist clients and graduates from Galveston County Specialty Courts restart their lives successfully in the community and avoid reincarceration.$15,000
Matagorda County Women's Crisis Center, Inc.To fund a paralegal to assist with drafting documents, filing court documents, providing support to clients and attorney, and accompaniment.$16,000
Total Southeast Texas $333,022
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Valley & Gulf Coast

One Heart ProjectTo focus on restorative justice education by strengthening life skills, lowering the recidivism rate and enhancing job skills.$12,000
Safer Path Family Violence ShelterTo provide legal representation for domestic violence victims in a rural area with high poverty, removing a major barrier to long-term security and survivor success.$5,000
County of HidalgoTo allow court appointed adults between the ages of 17-25 to obtain a high school diploma or GED even though they have had an altercation with the law.$25,000
Total The Valley & Gulf Coast $42,000
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Kidsave InternationalTo inform child welfare legal professionals and stakeholders about Kidsave's host family visit model as a solution to Texas's foster care capacity crisis for older youth in care.$17,300
Conference on Crimes Against Women, Inc.To provide scholarships to under-resourced Texas prosecutors and legal professionals for the most relevant training to support, investigate and prosecute crimes against women.$5,000
DOORSTo expand the existing Client Peer Mentoring Program.$15,000
Metroplex Military Charitable TrustTo provide legal clinics to remove the legal barriers to employment for Veterans (including racial injustice) and assisting disabled Veterans obtain military/VA disability benefits$22,000
Law Focused Education, Inc.To provide funding for the creation of a children's book which explores becoming an attorney, the types of attorney practices, and their role in the judicial system.$25,000
Lone Star Justice AllianceTo provide free legal assistance and peer support to survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence seeking clemency for crimes directly tied to their own victimization.$15,000
State Bar of Texas Legal Services OfficeTo provide scholarships for Access to Justice Interns.$20,000
Texas Advocacy Project, Inc.To address the surge in calls received due to the "double pandemic" and ensure survivors receive a rapid response to connect them with free legal services.$23,060
Texas AppleseedTo conduct user testing so that English and Spanish-speaking Texans understand the resources that can help them navigate the debt collection process.
Texas Center for the Judiciary, Inc.To further judicial expertise, provide a safe environment to exchange ideas, and offer an opportunity for collegiality among the judiciary and its partners.$30,000
Texas Young Lawyers AssociationTo create a multimedia website that educates students, the media, and the general public about the Texas court system$45,000
Total Statewide $227,360
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