Oklahoma Bar Journal
Bar Foundation News | OBF Announces 2022 Housing Protection & Community Redevelopment Grantees
By Candice Pace
The Oklahoma Bar Foundation is proud to announce $203,000 in grants to six nonprofit organizations for fiscal year 2022 program funding. These grantee programs provide legal services to low-income Oklahomans in the areas of foreclosure and eviction, domestic violence, civil legal aid and commutation.
2022 Housing Protection & Community Redevelopment Grantees:
|Grantee||Area of Service||Funding Amount|
|Community Action Agency (LASO)*||Canadian and Oklahoma counties||$20,000|
|Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma – Mortgage Foreclosure Defense||Comanche, Cotton, Pittsburg and Tillman counties||$25,000|
|OCU School of Law – Pro Bono Housing Foreclosure & Eviction Assistance Program||Oklahoma County||$45,250|
|Safe Center (LASO)*||Stephens and Jefferson counties||$45,000|
|South Tulsa Community House (LASO)*||Tulsa||$22,500|
|Tulsa County Public Defender – Project Commutation||Tulsa County||$45,250|
*Indicates embedded attorney from Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma (LASO)
Ms. Pace is OBF director of development & communications.
Oklahoma Bar Journal – OBJ 93 Vol 2 (February 2022)