Holland & Knight, its employees and valued external partners support the firm's pro bono work and community service with charitable giving.
The Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation
The Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation, Inc. was created in 1996 to support the increasing charitable activities of the employees of Holland & Knight LLP. The foundation is a public charity under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). The financial support for the Foundation comes from the law firm of Holland & Knight, individual employees and clients of Holland & Knight, and other organizations and individuals. The Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation is led by a board of directors.
The foundation supports various nonprofit entities and underwrites several important programs that support education.
Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation Programs
- The Young Native Writers Essay Contest is a writing contest for Native American high school students designed to inspire honest portrayals of the richness of Native American life and history.
- The Holocaust Remembrance Project is an education project that promotes the study of the Holocaust.
- The Dream Scholarship Essay Contest is an education project for high school juniors and seniors enrolled in public schools in Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; and Washington, D.C., which honors the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
- The Opening Doors for Children program, staffed by volunteer Holland & Knight employees, serves as a mentoring and tutoring program for thousands of children and schools across America.
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If you are interested in making a financial contribution to the Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation in support of the work it is doing, please visit the secure donation page.
Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation, Inc.