Corporate Citizenship A Force for Good
Supporting Access & Opportunity
We understand the transformative impact our firm can have on our communities, employees, and clients. Our commitment to active citizenship enables all team members to drive positive change through philanthropy, volunteerism, and civic and nonprofit board leadership, while advancing our values and fostering corporate, nonprofit, and school partnerships.
Building on the firm’s commitments to justice, inclusion, and community, we focus our efforts on supporting access and opportunity for underrepresented populations.Educational Equity
Opportunities for underrepresented students, enabling a lifetime of learning and future success:
- Year-round partnerships with Title I schools and youth development organizations
- Reading literacy
- Science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) programming
Workforce exposure and mentorship so that underrepresented, unemployed, and underemployed youth and adults understand and have access to job opportunities and career paths:
- Exposure to legal and STEAM careers
- Mentoring for youth and entrepreneurs
- Job readiness support
A caring corporate citizen in the communities where we live and work:
- Disaster response and relief
- Election protection and voting rights
- Food security
Impacting Our Corporate Citizenship Priorities
Through year-round programming, we contribute to systemic solutions where our resources of dollars, time, and expertise are best aligned to make a meaningful, measurable impact.
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