Applications Are Open For the 2020 Steinberg Law Firm Community Fund

01-7-2020
Steinberg Law Firm Employee Community Fund

Applications Are Open For the 2020 Steinberg Law Firm Community Fund

“All of us at Steinberg Law understand that giving back to the community is just as important as taking care of our clients. That is why, once again, we are proud to partner with local non-profit organizations for 2020 through our staff’s Community Fund Program,” said attorney Catie Meehan.

The Steinberg Law Firm has a long-standing history of helping those who have been injured in accidents but we are also forging a lasting story of giving back to the community we serve and make help changes for the better for those that are underserved.

Every year since 2015 the Steinberg Law Firm has partnered by a variety of non-profit organizations and Title 1 schools by giving time, financial and other resources to make the local community better for everyone. We actively volunteer at many non-profit organizations with our staff members and new organizations via the Steinberg Law Community Fund Program, helmed by staff members.

Past recipients include Lowcountry Orphan Relief, Lowcountry Youth Services, Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding, Clap Your Hands, Helping and Lending Outreach, and Charleston Area Senior Citizens’ Services, Inc. We are thrilled to be able to contribute to so many worthy community organizations and see them help others to grow and thrive.

We are so excited to announce that the application process for our 2020 Community Fund program is now open. We accept submissions all year, with the cut-off date being June 15, in order to receive a one-time grant that ranges from $200 to $2,500 within the same year. Recipients are presented with their funds in August.

The 2020 submissions must focus on literacy, youth or women’s welfare, health care, workforce development, veterans or education. To submit an application, the organization must be a non-profit and be recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a 501(3)c public charity. Moreover, the organization must not be a lobby or political organization, and it must be local.

Non-profit organizations with questions can send an inquiry via this form: https://steinberglawfirm.com/giving-back/community-fund-application/

If you have any questions, we would be happy to answer them. Contact the Steinberg Community Fund Program by emailing Yani at ysmith@steinberglawfirm.com or feel free to visit our website https://steinberglawfirm.com/.

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