Charity Grants from KFB Law

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The KF&B Academic Charity Grant

The KF&B Charity Grant was created to assist those as they continue their educational journey. The Tampa personal injury attorneys at the KF&B law firm understand how expensive it can be to pay for higher learning. We here at KF&B have a saying: “we make your problem our problem.” Our solution is to help lessen the burden of paying for school by awarding one applicant a $1,000 academic charity grant to go towards their educational expenses.


The grant is open to U.S. residents. Applicants must be a 2024 graduating high school senior or currently enrolled student at a U.S. College or University. Being a Law Student is not a requirement.

Guidelines KF&B wants to hear your answer to the following question in the form of a 500-word essay: Who is one person that has inspired you and what characteristics do you admire most about them? Application Process To apply for the $1000 KF&B Academic Grant, fill out the form below completely. By submitting an application you are giving KF&B permission to use your name and charity grant for promotional and marketing purposes if you are a winner. Submission Deadline The deadline for submissions is August 1st, 2024. Winner Selection The KF&B grant committee will select a winner once the submission deadline approaches. The winner will be contacted no later than the first week of September 2024. The winner will have 2 weeks to respond to confirm their information or a new winner will be selected. Once a winner’s information has been confirmed KF&B will award $1000 to the student’s financial aid department at their school.

Please note that only submissions using the “KF&B $1,000 Charity Grant” from below will be accepted. Submissions using the contact form at the bottom of the page will automatically be disqualified. 


charity grant, Charity Grants from KFB Law, Kinney, Fernandez & BoireIn June 2022, Theodore Weymiller was awarded the KF&B Law Charity Grant for his essay on: “What is one problem the world faces that you would like to take on, help change and how do you propose doing so?” Theodore will apply the $1,000 grant to study business administration at Gonzaga University. “Despite our family struggles, I embraced the challenge to get better grades. I utilized tutors and the support of my teachers at Bellarmine to refocus my goals despite the social and emotional challenges I was facing. The KF&B Grant will help me execute this plan, by offering me a more secure education to pursue my career path as a journalist that will hope to inspire others through my writing.”