The Alabama Civil Justice Foundation has announced its 2008 grant awards to a number of Alabama nonprofit organizations whose programs and services assist communities, children, families and seniors. This year, more than $703,000 will be awarded statewide. The Foundation is especially proud of its Justice grants which further efforts by the organizations to create a just and caring society for all Alabamians.
In Montgomery, more than $130,000 was awarded on June 4th to nonprofit organizations which include Aid to Inmate Mothers, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Child Protect, Family Sunshine Center, Montgomery AIDS Outreach, Partners in Education, Renascence, Success by 6, VOICES for Alabama’s Children, Alabama Network of Children’s Advocacy, Alabama Appleseed Center for Law and Justice and Volunteer Lawyer Program of Alabama. I, along with Jimmy Pool, Chad Cook, and Roman Shaul, attended the presentation of the grants in Montgomery on June 4th. I was touched to hear the comments by the representatives of the groups who told us how much they appreciated what was being done for them. It was quite evident that the grants were badly needed and would be put to good use. Sue McInnish, ACIF Executive Director, has done an outstanding job and should be commended for spearheading this effort.
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