Twenty-six Carlile Patchen & Murphy attorneys and paralegals participated in a CPM Red Kettle Day on December 11, 2012.
From 11:30am to 1:00pm and 4:00pm until 5:30pm at Gay Street and Pearl Alley; the ACC entrance; the Ohio Theatre; two corners of Broad & Third and two corners of Broad & High - they donned Santa hats, ringing bells and carrying Salvation Army red kettles, in support of a great cause. $866.56 was raised for the Salvation Army of Central Ohio.
Kegler, Brown, Hill and Ritter wants every family to have a happy holiday season. That's why we're partnering with South Side Learning and Development Center, to give a special gift to families who need a helping hand, so they can achieve success in the New Year, and for many years to come. Please watch the video for more information.
New Albany dentist Jeffrey Angart and Upper Arlington attorney Michael Oser have combined to help foster children at the Buckeye Ranch share in the treats of the Halloween season. Michael started the Share the Sweets - 2nd Night Halloween program in 2011 and along with Jeff he gathered pounds and pounds of candy the week after Halloween and donated the candy to needy children in Delaware and Franklin counties.
In 2012 the program expanded to include the Tremont barber shop in Upper Arlington, Capital City Office Supply and Cheri Hass, partner in the law firm of Downes, Hass, Fishel, and Kim, as well as the assistance of Amy Collins, attorney for the Buckeye Ranch to fill the coffers of the Buckeye Ranch for distribution of Halloween candy treats to foster kids.
Michael would welcome additional candy collection for the 2013 Share the Sweets program and he can be contacted at email@example.com.
The Resurrecting Lives Foundation is calling upon Central Ohio attorneys to participate in its 2012 Veteran’s Day “Cash For Casual” fundraiser on November 9th.
Resurrecting Lives Foundation is a locally based organization with the singular purpose of conducting research into, and developing treatment protocols for, America’s veterans who suffer from traumatic brain injury (“TBI”), which affects nearly 20% of those who served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Resurrecting Lives is partnering with Albert Einstein University in NYC, and one of the leading neuro-radiologists in the nation to define the brain injury involved with IED blasts so that protocols can be developed for rehabilitation. It is the first study of its kind, comparing service personnel to civilians.
To help fund this study, Resurrecting Lives Foundation is challenging local attorneys and law firms to participate in a “Cash for Casual” day on November 9, 2012 – the last business day before Veteran’s Day - and allow their attorneys and staff to wear casual clothes to work for a donation to the Foundation. Of course, this is just a suggestion and any fundraiser effort, or direct donations are welcomed.
100% of the funds raised will go directly to conduct this landmark study. More information about Resurrecting Lives Foundation, the upcoming study, and this fundraising effort is available at the Foundation’s website: http://resurrectinglives.org/, or by contacting Gary Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations may be sent to: Resurrecting Lives Foundation, 6724 Perimeter Loop Road, PMB #317, Dublin, OH 43017, or made online through the Foundation’s website.