The FCBA Foundation is a non-profit charitable and educational organization under § 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. The Foundation supports communications-related and other community services and educational projects, such as:
Granting scholarships to local high school students expressing an interest in communications-related fields of education, including science, engineering, technology, law, economics, math and journalism
Granting summer work stipends to law students serving as interns in communications-related public service jobs
Granting scholarships to students in communications-related graduate legal studies
Volunteering to help families in need in the Washington, DC community
The Foundation’s success is a direct result of the generous financial support of individual FCBA members and their employers, as well as the time, talents and energy that members bring to the Foundation’s activities.
The Foundation's Mission is to:
(1) Support worthwhile communications-related and educational projects, as well as other community service projects, particularly those directed towards children and students, through financial contributions and through volunteer services provided by Foundation members and others.
(2) Foster greater public awareness and understanding of the development of communications technology, resources and law.