Bench & Bar

JUL 2018

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| JULY/AUGUST 2018 54 T he Kentucky Bar Foundation (KBF) awarded $250,000 in 2018 grants at its annual Fellows and Partners for Justice Society Luncheon on June 14, 2018. anks to the gener- osity of Kentucky attorneys and judges, the 2018 KBF grants will support 33 nonprofit organizations as they work to provide access to justice and law-related education across the Commonwealth. At the luncheon, the Bar Foundation also recognized 18 new KBF Life Fellows, 7 new KBF Fellows, and 2 new Partners for Justice Society members whose gen- erosity helped make this year's grants and those in the future possible. Kentucky Bar Foundation Awards and Recognizes $ 250,000 IN GRANTS 25 NEW FELLOWS Photo Credit: Britney Howard Photography Emily Jones from grant recipient organization Kentucky Refugee Ministries offered the featured presentation Stephanie Willis of the Legal Aid Society accepting a $15,000 check for veterans legal services from Ken- tucky Bar Foundation Past President David Porter Justice Mary Noble and Judge Sheila Isaac Dan Key and Justice Bill Cunningham Justice William S. Cooper accepting an award from Chief Justice John Minton in honor of his $75,000 contribution to the Kentucky Bar Foundation Kentucky Bar Foundation President Harvey Johnston KENTUCKY BAR FOUNDATION

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