For over two decades, and since our firm’s inception, we have been involved in varied community and charitable activities within Arizona and throughout the country. We strongly believe it is important to give back to the community and assist folks in need. We support many local programs and several national programs through hands-on involvement as well as giving. A few of the causes we support are mentioned here.
Rodriguez Boxing Club. This is a local non-profit (501)(c)(3) gym located within a half mile of our firm. Founded in 1961 by Seferino Rodriguez, the club strives to make the community better by teaching local youth respect, integrity and character. Mr. Rodriguez is a community asset to and has given decades of his time and donated countless resources to helping our city’s youth. We are proud to support his efforts. A short video regarding the gym is here.
Zach Hoffpauir Project. One of our members is a close family friend of the Hoffpauir family who lost their son at a young age. He watched Zach grow from the time he was an infant. Zach was a gifted high school and college athlete that played both baseball and football at Stanford University. He also played major league baseball. Zach suffered concussions and battled depression before his death. Zach was much more than a gifted athlete to us. Zach’s death was tragic and we fully support both the Project and Foundation.
Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home all over the world. We have sponsored multiple individuals.
Sleep In Heavenly Peace. Is an organization composed of volunteers across the country dedicated to building, assembling and delivering top-notch bunk beds to children and families in need.
The Arizona Legal Center. The Arizona Legal Center provides free legal aid and consultations in Arizona only. The ALC provides low-cost access to fee-for-service cases when determined appropriate by an attorney at the Center, but generally do not undertake full-scope representation. Our attorneys volunteer at various times.
Tunnels to Towers. The mission of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation is to honor the sacrifice of military and first responders who continue to make the supreme sacrifice of life and limb for our country. The Tunnel to Towers Foundation builds mortgage-free smart homes for our most catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. Some of the programs they provide:
Through the Fallen First Responder Home Program, Tunnel to Towers aims to pay off the mortgages of fallen law enforcement officers and firefighters who lose their lives in the line of duty, or to 9/11 related illness, and leave behind young children. The Foundation’s goal is to ensure stability and security for these families facing sudden, tragic loss.
The Gold Star Family Home Program, launched in September 2018, honors the legacy of those who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. The Foundation will provide a mortgage-free home to surviving spouses with young children.
Delta Rescue. On a daily basis animals are abandoned in the forests and deserts without any food or water. Delta Rescue Delta Rescue is home to over 1,500 abandoned cats and dogs. It is a no- kill lifetime sanctuary for abandoned animals. D.E.L.T.A. Rescue receives no help from the government and relies solely on donor contributions. The DELTA Rescue staff provides food, medical care, as well as everlasting love and dedication to animals that have been abandoned in the wilderness. The Super Sanctuary sits on a 115-acre mountaintop and is currently home to 1,500 cats and dogs.
Each of Delta’s dogs is either spayed or neutered, and then “married” to another rescued dog of the opposite sex. The married couple lives in a huge yard with their own stuccoed straw bale doghouse. Their 800 cats live in three dozen air-conditioned indoor and outdoor catteries where they each enjoy three meals a day.
Various Juvenile Sports Teams. we have sponsored numerous youth sports teams throughout the years and are always interested in helping out. Please email Mike Pearson if you have a specific team request!
Stories We Like
Living Her Dream. The story of Samirah who developed a love of flying at a young age. She followed through with her dream and became an air traffic controller and a commercial pilot. Find out more about Samirah’s interesting story here.
A Young Bull Rider. Brenton Ross started riding calves when he was 10 years old. His father, Chris Ross, was a professional bull rider for years. Once Brenton turned 13 he started to compete at the high-school level. Brenton’s “toes out, set feet, chin down, arm up and chest out” checklist was taught by his father, and is essential for each ride. “It’s my favorite thing in the world – riding,” Brenton said. “I want to do this forever. It’s just the best.” For more information about Brenton click here.
Our firm sponsors Brenton and we wish him the best!
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