L to R: Tom McAleavey (Partner), Kathleen Molhem (Office Manager), Mayor Buddy Dyer, Suzanne Gilbert (Partner) and Glenn Adams (Executive Partner).
ORLANDO, Fla. (July 19, 2016) – Holland & Knight announced today that it will donate $102,000 through the Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation to the OneOrlando Fund. The donation was presented to Buddy Dyer, the mayor of Orlando, on July 19.
In addition to making financial contributions, members of Holland & Knight have provided other types of support. As president of the Orange County Bar Association, Holland & Knight Partner Wiley Boston, together with the Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar, launched a legal counsel hotline to provide free legal services for victims and their families.
Holland & Knight employees have also volunteered at the Family Assistance Center that was established by the City of Orlando, participated in the #KeepDancingOrlando movement and donated food, water and general supplies to the GLBT Community Center of Central Florida.
"Our lawyers and staff wanted to support the victims, families, friends, and the LGBTQ community in Orlando," said Steven Sonberg, managing partner of Holland & Knight. "Consistent with Holland & Knight’s values, we hope this tragedy sparks a renewed commitment to inclusion, equality and respect for all persons."
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, which is a public 501(c)(3) charity led by a board of directors, supports various nonprofit entities and underwrites several important educational programs. Financial support for the Foundation comes from the law firm of Holland & Knight, its employees and clients, and other organizations and individuals.
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