Touro Law Center has received a $40,000 grant to hire a lawyer to recruit, coordinate and organize efforts of law students from across the nation who want to provide pro bono help to Long Island’s Hurricane Sandy victims. The gift comes from the Rauch Foundation, a Long Island-based nonprofit that invests in projects benefiting children, families and the environment. Touro’s grant will pay for an attorney-coordinator to pair student volunteers with disaster relief agencies that are already helping storm victims.
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