NCBRC Gains Support of the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation

Posted by NCBRC - October 26, 2015

The National Consumer Bankruptcy Rights Center (NCBRC) is honored to have received a 2015 Pro Bono Grant in the amount of $10,000.00 from the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation. NCBRC is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to protecting the integrity of the bankruptcy system and preserving the rights of consumer bankruptcy debtors. NCBRC advances these goals by providing assistance either through working directly with debtors’ attorneys or by filing amicus briefs in courts throughout the country.

Formed in 1989, the ACB is an honorary public service association of bankruptcy and insolvency professionals invited to join based on their established record of the highest standards of professionalism and public service to the profession. It is the largest financial supporter of bankruptcy and insolvency-related pro bono legal service programs in the United States. The ACB’s stated missions of: “sponsorship and encouragement of legal research, publications and forums; establishment of scholarships; providing for the collection and maintenance of data and documents for scholarly research; and fostering the institution and maintenance of legal aid facilities for the indigent,” harmonize with those of NCBRC to support the bankruptcy bar and assist the most financially vulnerable members of society.

NCBRC’s Board of Directors is grateful to the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation for its confidence in our mission and support in our mutual goals of providing the best and broadest assistance to consumer debtors in their quest for a fresh start. Without the support of donors like the ACB Foundation, the assistance provided by NCBRC would not be possible.



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