Support and Revenue Definitions
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10 LSC General Basic Field Grant: LSC funding that is allocated based upon the poverty population as determined by the Bureau of the Census. This funding provides legal services to the general poor population.
14 LSC Basic Field Migrant Grant: Basic Field funding that is specifically granted to address the legal needs of migrant farm workers.
16 LSC Basic Field Native American Grant: Basic Field funding that is specifically granted to address the legal needs of Native Americans (American Indians, Hawaiian Natives and Alaskan Indians).
20 Other LSC Funds: Grants that are not within the standard LSC grant categories.
22 Attorney Fee Awards - LSC Cases: The amount received or expected to be received as the result of a judgment, court order, or settlement of cases.
23 Publication Income: Income earned from publications produced in whole or in part with LSC funds, including copyrighted materials.
24 LSC Carryover Funds: LSC funds of any nature that are unexpended from a previous accounting period or calendar year.
28 LSC Interest/Investment Income: Income generated as interest or dividends, income resulting from investment of LSC funds on a short or long-term basis and/or rental receipts.
30 Title XX: Federal/state funds available under Title XX of the Social Security Act. The funding agency is usually the state welfare, human resources, or social services agency.
32 Older Americans Act: Funds available under the Older Americans Act (usually Title III). Providers include state or area aging agencies and/or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Office of Development Services/Administration on Aging.
33 Violence Against Women Act: Funds available under the Violence Against Women Act, including V-STOP and STOP grants. Providers include the U.S. Department of Justice and state and local agencies such as state attorneys general.
34 Other Federal Grants: Other sources of federal funding, including funds received for job training, community action, or community education.
36 Community Development Block Grants: Block grant funds under the Community Development Act administered by HUD. The funds are usually obtained from city or county agencies administering community development programs.
40 State Grants: Public funds received from state agencies, exclusive of those included in the federal categories listed above, or IOLTA category listed below.
42 Local Grants: Public funds from city or county agencies, except those included in the categories listed above.
44 United Way: Funds from United Way, Community Chest, Red Feather, United Givers Fund, or other consolidated community fund-raising organizations.
46 Foundation Grants: Funds from any private foundation, local, regional, or national.
48 Bar Association Grants: Contributions from bar associations and related organizations, but not IOLTA.
50 IOLTA: Interest On Lawyer's Trust Accounts.
52 Attorney Fee Awards/Non-LSC Case(s): The amount received or expected to be received as the result of a judgment, court order, or settlement of cases.
54 Non-LSC Carryover Funds: Funds, other than LSC funds, that are unexpended from a previous accounting period or calendar year.
55 Non-LSC Publication Income: Income earned from the sale of publications produced with non-LSC funds.
57 Gross Fees and Receipts from Client Services: Income earned from fees paid and other receipts attributable to for-profit operation as a law firm.
58 Other Income Earned in For-Profit Activities: Income earned in for-profit operations other than income for legal services to clients.
99 Other Funds: This category includes all remaining support, revenue, or appropriated funding sources that are not identified in these definitions.