The grant money will be used to support training programs in the county District Attorneyâ€™s Office and police departments. It will also serve assistance for victim services provided through the Crime Victimsâ€™ Center of Chester County and the Domestic Violence Center of Chester County.
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Programs that provide advice and training for police departments; collect and disburse money in aid of injured police officers and/or support local law enforcement activities.
Programs that provide assistance in the form of advocacy, arbitration, certificates/forms assistance, class action litigation, legal counseling, legal representation, mediation, paralegal counseling, and/or self-representation assistance which focus on a particular area of law. Includes programs that provide legal services for free or at a reduced cost by persons appointed by the State, the courts; bar associations, etc., or by persons volunteering their services usually for those unable to afford a private attorney. Amnesty/Pardon Assistance; Homesteading Assistance; Insurance Claims Assistance; Legal Malpractice Assistance; Libel Assistance; Litigation Award Collection Assistance; Long Term Care Ombudsmen Programs; Malicious Prosecution Assistance; Malpractice Assistance; Medical Malpractice Assistance; Patient Rights Assistance; Personal Injury Assistance; Qui Tam Actions; Slander Assistance; Small Claims Assistance; Surrogate Mother Legal Assistance; Therapy Malpractice Assistance; Unclaimed Property Assistance; Wage Garnishment Assistance; Whistleblower Advocacy; Wrongful Action Compensation Assistance; Discrimination Assistance; Legal Aid; Employment Discrimination Assistance; Club Membership Discrimination Assistance; Education Discrimination Assistance; Equal Employment Opportunity Enforcement; Job Discrimination Assistance; Court-appointed Counsel; Legal Aid to the Poor; Legal Aid Services; Legal Services for Indigents; Pro Bono Cases; Public Defenders; Public Interest Law
A part of a series produced by The Huffington Post in celebration of #GivingTuesday, which will take place this year on December 3, Kathy Calvin and Henry Timms vouch that we are living in a new era of philanthropy.