The Bar Foundation Board of Directors, a diverse group of fifteen judges and lawyers, has awarded a grant to the Logan County Child Advocacy Center to provide forensic interviews for child abuse and neglect victims.
Pictured above at the Center’s office in Logan are its Executive Director, Beth Cook, and the Bar Foundation’s President, Harry “Burr” Hatfield of Madison.
The grant will be utilized by the Child Advocacy Center in improving its important services to children in Logan County and for its enhanced new program for victims in Mingo County.
This grant is another example of the Bar Foundation’s commitment to improving the administration of justice and the provision of legal services to citizens in West Virginia.


The Bar Foundation Board of Directors expresses its deepest appreciation to the following outstanding individuals for their generous contributions at the end of 2013 to benefit the worthwhile programs and activities of the organization.
These tax deductible donations enable the Bar Foundation to improve its support for non-profit entities which assist our state’s men, women and children during their time of need. In order of amount donated, these philanthropic individuals are:
Harry Hatfield-Madison-Bar Foundation President & Fellow

J. Franklin Long-Bluefield-Bar Foundation Past President & Fellow

Judge Edwin Flowers-Morgantown-Bar Foundation Fellow

Rob Fisher-Ripley-Bar Foundation Past Board Member & Fellow                      James Wilson-Bridgeport-Bar Foundation Fellow

Judge Phyllis Carter-Charleston-Bar Foundation Fellow

Jessica Justice Stolarik-Morgantown-Bar Foundation Fellow

Tax deductible donations can be made at anytime to support the Bar Foundation’s beneficial     activities either electronically on the Bar Foundation’s homepage on the new website—       —-or send a check to WV Bar Foundation, P. O. Box 4845, Charleston, WV 25364.

Thank You for your consideration and  kindness!


The Bar Foundation’s Board of Directors will consider grant applications during its quarterly meeting on March 6. Completed grant applications must be received by FEBRUARY 1, 2014, in order to be reviewed by the Grants Committee prior to the Board meeting.
The grant application is available on the Bar Foundation’s new website——–under Grants on the toolbar at the top of the homepage.


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West Virginia Bar Foundation
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Charleston, WV 25364


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