Foundation for the Improvement of Justice
The Foundation provides awards for innovative programs which have proven effective and can serve as models for others. The Foundation encourages improvement by rewarding accomplishments in the following categories: legal reform; crime prevention; child protection; speeding the process; effecting restitution; crime victims’ rights; alternative sentencing; reducing recidivism; lowering the cost; and other significant efforts.
Awards target successful accomplishments inclusive of innovative programs which have proven effective and can serve as models for others. Recipients are not required to render any further services as a condition of receiving an award. The Foundation does not provide grants for future projects, anticipated works, nor scholarships for desired aspirations.
Amount: Up to seven nominees will receive awards of $10,000.
Eligibility: Individuals, programs, and organizations within the U.S.
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