Community Giving Engrained in the Workplace


Community Giving Engrained in the Workplace

The Steinberg Law Firm is best known for fiercely protecting the rights of injured people in the Charleston area and their dedication to serving their community. The law firm is usually highlighted for charitable giving events, on-site visits and donations, and volunteer efforts. One of the lesser-known incentives the Steinberg Law Firm participates in to truly integrate giving and charity into their firm, weekly, are Casual Fridays.

What is Casual Friday?

Day in and day out, the staff at the Steinberg Law Firm firm will diligently work on their client’s cases in typical business attire.

The Steinberg Law Firm performs their job duties in one of their three locations in Charleston, Goose Creek, and Summerville, they look something like the photo to the right, business professional.

Every Friday is an opportunity to make a difference at the Steinberg Law Firm through Casual Fridays. Our Staff has a chance to donate $5 to a local charity in exchange to wear jeans to work.

Where Does Casual Friday Fundraising Go?

You may have heard of the Steinberg Law Firm’s Community Foundation Program. It allows the firm to hand select and donate to nonprofit organizations that we as a firm hold close to our hearts. Each year, 10 – 12 select nonprofits organizations are chosen by the staff through the Steinberg Community Fund to receive funding to further their positive work in the Lowcountry area.

It is important for our staff to continue supporting the non-profit organizations that we partner with after they received their funding. That is why our staff has decided to create a fundraising program where they can continue their support through monthly volunteering and through these casual Friday donations each week.

Steinberg Law Firm’s Marketing Director, Yani Smith, chimes, “We [the Steinberg Law Firm] always strive to lift up the community that surrounds us. Having Casual Fridays in the office has created a culture where being able to do that is second nature.”

Recipients of the 2017 Steinberg community Fund are:

Learn more about the 2017 recipient organizations of the community fund, their mission, and how they will utilize the fundraising gifts from Community Fund Program here. If you would like to learn more about the application process for the Steinberg Community Fund and how to apply for 2018, read about it here or contact Yani Smith at

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