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Montgomery Bar Foundation

As the charitable arm of the Montgomery Bar Association, the Montgomery Bar Foundation embodies our profession’s commitment to giving back to the community.

Learn more about the Montgomery Bar Foundation web site at: www.montgomerybarfoundation.org

Members of our legal community and their families are strongly encouraged to "do their part" and ensure their own legacy of justice with the help of the Bar Foundation. The Bar Foundation solicits grant applications and awards grants after careful review. Grants are awarded to those causes which are most deserving and best aligned with our Mission. In addition to its grants, the Bar Foundation works with families, law firms and others wishing to pay tribute to those who have truly made a difference in our legal community. For example, each year since 1986 the Foundation honors the late Judge Moss by presenting The Honorable Milton O. Moss Public Service Award to a Montgomery County resident who has provided exceptional service in support of the justice system. The Hon. Louis D. Stefan Award -- another example, recognizes excellence in law enforcement. The Foundation also hosts and sponsors a variety of important events each year to raise funds and/or awareness for important causes.

Grant Information

To receive a grant request form for your organization visit www.montgomerybarfoundation.org/grants.html or contact:

Nancy Hagner
E-mail: Click here

Montgomery Bar Foundation
100 West Airy Street
Norristown, Pa. 19404-0268

The Montgomery Child Advocacy Project (MCAP)

MCAP is a 501(c)(3) organization established to protect the rights to those least able to protect themselves .....children.  MCAP arranges for the appointment of volunteer attorneys who render free legal services to young victims of abuse and neglect.  MCAP hopes to broaden its scope and give children the support and therapeutic services needed, which are not provided by their parents, who are often the source of the abuse.

Visit MCAP web site at: www.mcapkids.org