As a law firm serving the people of North Carolina, we’re not defined just by the cases we win but also by the good we do in our community.
We donate our time and money to many worthy causes important to us, our clients and our employees.
While we support many charities and organizations, our staff members choose organizations on which to focus our philanthropic efforts throughout the year.
This year, we are supporting Out of the Garden Project, an organization that provides meals to local schoolchildren and their families so that no child goes hungry on the weekends, and Greensboro Urban Ministry.
Our staff organized holiday food drives to benefit both Out of the Garden Project and Greensboro Urban Ministry and enlisted many local businesses to serve as drop-off locations for food donations.
The Deuterman Law Group will continue to take food donations for the Out of the Garden Project and Greensboro Urban Ministry throughout the year. Our staff members also volunteer regularly with both groups.
Out of the Garden Project collects and distributes groceries to families in need, providing nearly 800 bags of food containing more than 24,000 individual meals every month to 45 Triad area elementary, middle and high schools.
The Deuterman Law Group has also supported Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the Children’s Miracle Network, Operation Shoebox – Supporting Our Troops, Make a Wish Foundation, Duke’s Children’s Hospital and Health Center, Kids’ Chance of North Carolina, Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, The Greensboro Children’s Museum, The American Red Cross, The Hispanic League and many other organizations.
The Deuterman Law Group is a Better Business Bureau Torch Award recipient and is a five-time honoree on Carolina Parenting’s Family Friendly 50 list of flexible, family-friendly workplaces.
Our employees are involved, too. The staff often volunteers together. Individually, our attorneys, paralegals and office staff are involved in numerous charitable and volunteer projects.
Together, we are working to make the community where we live and work a better place.
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