Steinberg Attorney Michael J. Jordan Sponsors The Lowcountry Firefighter Support Team’s 4th Annual Golf Tournament

05-16-2017

Steinberg Attorney Michael J. Jordan Sponsors The Lowcountry Firefighter Support Team’s 4th Annual Golf Tournament

Local nonprofit, the Lowcountry Firefighter Support Team, promotes both easily accessible and available peer-based and clinical behavioral health services, ensuring those services meet the needs of firefighters and their families.

Steinberg’s very own, Michael J. Jordan, is actively passionate about this organization’s commitment to excellence and the highest respect for integrity, unique culture, and traditions of the firefighting community.

Mr. Jordan is sponsoring the Lowcountry Firefighter Support Team in this year’s 4th Annual Golf Tournament on Friday, May 19, 2017, at a new location – the Miller Country Club in Summerville, SC. 

As an attorney and organization supporter, he values the strict code of confidentiality that is enforced – as described and established by Law South Carolina’s Privacy Practices of Protected Health Information (PHI).

This is the fourth annual golf tournament to raise funds to support the program. The tournament includes a good day of golf food and friends with lunch served at noon and a 9 a.m. shotgun start.

To register and participate in this year’s golf tournament, please visit this link: http://www.firefightersupport.org/shop-2/. To see Mr. Jordan's passion represented in his work, follow this link.

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