Posted June 22, 202211:45 am
The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland recently received a $25,000 grant from the Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF).
In collaboration with data scientists at Case Western Reserve University, Legal Aid will use this grant to “create a comprehensive report on the availability of safe, affordable housing for low-income Cuyahoga County residents with a special focus on lead hazards and racial disparities.” This research project will highlight the prevalence of lead in available rental homes and the racial inequalities prevalent in the affordable housing crisis.
The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland was one of seven Ohio nonprofits to receive funding during the OSBF's spring 2022 grant cycle. More than $300,000 in total grant funds were awarded to organizations working to promote the public understanding of the rule of law and fighting to build a better justice system.
For more information about the Ohio State Bar Foundation, please visit OSBF.org.
Original story can be found at The Highland County Press: Ohio State Bar Foundation awards more than $300K through its spring grant cycle