Community and Charitable Involvement
The attorneys at Faiella & Gulden, P.A. are proud supporters of these charities:
We agree with The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals: “When we work together under a common cause, we’re both saving lives and elevating our society and its laws.” This nonprofit organization was the first humane society in North America, and it is now one of the largest in the world. However, active local chapters are what get the job done! The ASPCA aims to end animal homelessness and mistreatment by rescuing, adopting out, and spaying/neutering animals as needed, as well as funding local animal shelters.
» Visit ASPCA.org
Wounded Warrior Project
Tens of thousands of men and women in uniform come home after fighting for their country. But they don’t always come home the same. Wounded Warrior Project provides free programs to veterans to connect, serve, and empower them and their families. From mental health and wellness help to career counseling to outdoor recreational activities and more, WWP aims to support veterans in their long-term recovery by connecting them with fellow service members and their community.
» Visit WoundedWarriorProject.org
Orlando Union Rescue Mission
Since 1948, Orlando Union Rescue Mission has been serving homeless men, women, and children in Central Florida. The nonprofit organization provides food, clothing, and shelter for people’s immediate physical needs, while working with them towards permanent independence. The Mission exists entirely on private donations, volunteers, and the support of the community.
» Visit OURM.org
Florida Bar Foundation
Not everyone can afford a lawyer, which is why legal aid societies like The Florida Bar Foundation are so important to the community. Founded in 1956 as a nonprofit corporation, The Florida Bar Foundation supports over 30 programs across the state that provide assistance to the poor and fight to improve justice, including Americans for Immigrant Justice, the Florida Justice Institute, the Heart of Florida Legal Aid Society, and more. Though the Foundation is supported by some grants, it’s kept running by private donations and volunteer work from the Florida legal community!
» Visit thefloridabarfoundation.org
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