The Ingham County Bar Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in Michigan in 2002 as a vehicle for lawyers and other interested citizens to make charitable contributions for the tangible, meaningful benefit of the community.
The mission of the Ingham County Bar Foundation is to:
Any person may become a member of the Ingham County Bar Foundation by making a donation of at least $25 per year. Lifetime membership is achieved by donating $1,000 or more, either by way of one lump sum or cumulatively over the course of time. Members are entitled to voting rights and may choose to serve the Foundation through committee work.
The Foundation may accept gifts in any form, including personal property, securities, life insurance, remainder trusts, etc.
Donations of any amount, at any time, are accepted by the Foundation and are fully tax deductible.
Memorials are a lasting gift of support in memory of a friend, loved one, or colleague.
Memorial contributions can be identified for a specific project, endowment, or made as an unrestricted gift.
Planned gifts made through a Will or Trust allow you, your family, or your client to make a donation as part of an estate plan.
Consult with your accountant or tax advisor regarding the benefits of making a planned gift.
Recipients of donations or grants from the Ingham County Bar Foundation in previous years include:
New projects that meet the mission and goals of the Ingham County Bar Foundation
are considered each year.
The Foundation will accept applications for 2016 funding grants on August 1, 2016 with the deadline for applications of August 31, 2016. All grant applications must be submitted electronically; complete information is contained in the documents available for download below.
Questions regarding the grant application process should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org Please allow up to three business days for replies.
Date: Thursday, July 20th, 2017
Location: Hawk Hollow Golf Course