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2022 Impact Report

Uniting the talent and generosity of our profession to be a power of greater good for the people of North Carolina‭.‬

Jason Hensley
We offer our sincere and humble thanks to everyone who has given time, energy, resources and care to our many funds and programs. Significant access to justice needs exist in our state and we thank you for your help in meeting those needs, easing the pain of others and, in many cases, improving the future.

11,678‭ ‬individuals were served through NCBF pro bono and civic education programs in 2021-22‭.‬

The NCBF distributed‭ ‬$520,429‭ ‬in Endowment Funds in 2021-22‭.‬

NCBF Endowment funds are distributed to statewide programs and organizations that advance NCBF values‭: ‬access to justice‭, ‬service through the profession‭, ‬civic education‭, ‬professionalism and diversity‭, ‬equity and inclusion‭.‬ Learn more.

Wills for Heroes Volunteers
In 2021-22, 262 first responders and their families were served by 82 volunteers through Wills for Heroes.
NCBF Volunteers
The five pillars of the NCBF Values Statement are imperceptibly woven into the fabric of NCBF pro bono and civic education programs.
Since its formation in 1987, the NCBF Endowment has provided more than $6 million in grant funding.
The North Carolina Bar Foundation values diversity, equity and inclusion.

Access the complete 2022 NCBF Impact Report, including the 2021-2022 Honor Roll of Donors, Donor Tributes, Platt D. Walker Planned Giving Society and 2021-2022 Foundation Program Partners.