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NCBA Member Firms' Acts of Kindness During COVID-19

NCBA's member firms have let us know of some of the many charitable acts that they are carrying out during this debilitating COVID-19 pandemic. From delivering meals to hospitals to ordering masks, many are demonstrating their kindness in this time of need.

If you or your firm is involved in a charitable act, NCBA would like to know to let our members and the public in general be aware of the good deeds being done. Please let us know what your firm has been doing to help your communities during these trying times; submit your good deeds here


 

What Blitt and Gaines, P.C. has done to help:

  • Fred Blitt delivered meals for Evanston Hospital nurses in Evanston, Illinois
  • Donated to BLK Architecture, which purchased an additional six 3D printers for making face shields
  • Donated to an emergency women’s shelter for women who need to escape abusive homes
  • Multiple people have given blood within our company
  • Packaged meals for families as part of a church outreach

 


 

What Tobin & Marohn has done to help:

"Due to court closures, workflow restrictions, and our desire to comply with the spirit of Connecticut's stay home / stay safe order, even though we are an essential business, we have kept the overwhelming majority of our office at home.  We luckily have been able to retain everyone on our payroll during this trying time even if they are not actively being assigned firm work.  To keep them engaged with each other, sharp for their return, and to hopefully minimize the mental health impacts that can be felt we developed a program we call "BE GOOD / DO GOOD".  The "at-home" team is charged with doing virtual volunteer projects as their new work for the firm.  So far they have sewn and donated over 100 masks, writing to residents in convalescent homes, and shared children's art work with hospitals."

- Bill Marohn, Esq.

 


 

Gordon, Aylworth & Tami, P.C.

What Gordon, Aylworth & Tami, P.C. has done to help:

Gordon, Aylworth & Tami, P.C. has donated time, cleaning, and disinfecting to a local food bank.

 


Friedman & Associates, LLC

What Friedman & Associates, LLC has done to help:

Friedman & Associates, LLC donated money to a local hospital to allow staff to get supplies and meals.

 


The Law Office of Jason Gang, PLLC 

What The Law Office of Jason Gang, PLLC has done to help:

The Law Office of Jason Gang, PLLC delivered food to a local hospital for the doctors and nurses.

 


 

What Messer Strickler, Ltd. has done to help:

Messer Strickler, Ltd. donated N95 masks to the Baptist Downtown ICU in Jacksonville.

 



What The Law Office of Howard B. Weber has done to help:

The Law Office of Howard B. Weber delivered over 900 masks to Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx, New York.

 



What The McHughes Law Firm PLLC has done to help:

The McHughes Law Firm PLLC donated $1,000 to a local food bank.

 



What The Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra, P.L. has done to help:

The Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra, P.L. donated to the Metropolitan Ministries Emergency Impact Funds to help provide essential food, rental and utility assistance for those who are struggling to make ends meet and stay safe in the wake of COVID-19.

 



What Gurstel Law Firm P.C. has done to help:

Gurstel Law Firm P.C. donated 125 nutrient rich lunches and snacks to the frontline workers at Regions Hospital located in St. Paul, Minnesota. This was done with the help of Feeding the Frontline Minnesota ( feedingthefrontlinemn.com ) which works directly with hospitals in the Twin Cities to provide healthy food for our frontline workers. They made the process simple and rewarding. The firm has also donated 80 meals to the frontline workers at Banner Thunderbird Hospital in Glendale, Arizona.

 



What Newby, Sartip & Masel, LLC has done to help:

Newby, Sartip & Masel, LLC, in collaboration with another law firm, is providing lunch for hundreds of healthcare workers at a local hospital.

 


 

What O'Reilly Rancilio P.C. has done to help:

O'Reilly Rancilio P.C. is providing hotline services for the first responders as well as preparing pro bono wills, powers of attorney and whatever else may be needed for first responders.

 



What Couch, Conville & Blitt, LLC has done to help:

Couch, Conville & Blitt, LLC and several of its employees have contributed to its region via charitable donations and community service during the COVID crisis, including: 

  • Provided lunches for 40 doctors, nurses, and janitorial staff in the COVID ICU Unit at St. Vincent’s East in Birmingham, Alabama.

  • Donations to Roquette Lodge Senior Living Center in Mandeville, Louisiana for resident meals due to closure of cafeteria facilities and “shelter in apartment” requirements for the seniors living at the Center. 

  • Blood donations to Greater Birmingham Humane Society, One Place Metro Alabama Family Justice Center, Jefferson County Youth Detention Center, King’s Home, and the Jefferson County Department of Health. 

  • Donated to the Arkansas Food Bank. 

  • Organized efforts to write appreciation/encouragement letters and provide gift cards to those on the front lines and to our community leaders. 

  • Donated fabric for masks being created for the homeless shelters around the county. 

  • Donated funds to create masks for the homeless shelters. 

  • Recurring monthly $75 donation to the North Texas Food Bank. 

  • Donated to the Humane Society of Pulaski County, Arkansas.

 



What North Central Legal Solutions, PC has done to help:

North Central Legal Solutions, PC, in cooperation with a local greenhouse, donated a variety of houseplants to healthcare workers. There are healthcare workers who are voluntarily self-isolating in a local college’s dormitory; the easy-to-care-for houseplants were to brighten their temporary homes.

 



What Zimmerman & Zimmerman, P.A. has done to help:

Zimmerman & Zimmerman, P.A. and the Topeka Bar Association are putting out Read Aloud books for parents to share with children and then an activity they can do. Here is the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7SDKaOamLTvzgRtydFpkrwzJORutO2G9

 



What Persolve Legal Group, LLP has done to help:

Greg Straub with Persolve Legal Group, LLP, along with southern California attorney Ali Nabavi, have created a company with the purposeful intent of raising money to purchase ventilators and other medical equipment for hospitals in the lower income communities where funding is lacking.  They spent time creating some fun slogans and logos to provide a brief amount of levity in the face of this tragedy, have copywritten the marks, built a website and social media platforms, and employed a supply chain process of creating t shirts, hoodies, hats, water bottles, etc. with their slogans on them. All to help make people smile and hopefully provide some additional relief where they can. Greg Straub said, "As quickly as this pandemic came upon us, we know it will be some time before we see anything close to “normal”.  Hopefully, what Ali and I have done will help."

Please take a look at their website and social media sites if you can. Any help in sharing is important to spread the message.  Thank you.

Website: www.virusfreeamerica.com

Social media links:

facebook.com/virusfreeamerica

twitter.com/virusfreeameri1

instagram.com/virusfree_america

 


Randolph, Boyd, Cherry and Vaughan

What Randolph, Boyd, Cherry and Vaughan has done to help:

Due to work slow down, we are rotating staff in the office and giving staff paid days away from the office. On the days off, we have asked that they volunteer their time to help our community. So far, RBCV attorneys and personnel have:

  • assisted older or compromised neighbors and family with food and supply shopping
  • purchased materials for others to sew masks
  • donated to deliver meals to local hospital staff
  • donated food to local food bank
  • volunteered at local food bank distributing food
  • prepared dinner twice for 20 men in a homeless shelter
  • helped distribute computers to Richmond Public Schools elementary students to assist with remote learning.

 


The Law Offices of Ronald S. Canter, LLC

What The Law Offices of Ronald S. Canter, LLC has done to help:

Bradley Canter, Esquire of the Law Offices of Ronald S. Canter, LLC  is doing weekly grocery shopping for the Jewish Federation of Group Homes in the Rockville, Maryland area.

 



What Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA  has done to help:

During the pandemic, our firm recognized that there was a dire need for blood donations. Our staff in our Cleveland office wanted to make a difference, so we hosted a blood drive on April 22nd. We partnered with Vitalant, one of the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit transfusion medicine organizations, to bring a bloodmobile to our office. We are proud to give back to the community we serve.

 

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