Pond Lehocky will once again be spreading holiday cheer over the weeks leading up to Christmas by contributing to local and national charities selected by the firm’s clients, partners, attorneys and staff.
This will be Pond Lehocky’s third straight year presenting 25 Days of Giving. Beginning Dec. 1, the firm has been:
- Volunteering in the local community
- Holding special holiday events for the sick and underprivileged
- Creating cards and care packages
- Donating to charities
Here are the charities and organizations the firm will be supporting this week:
Day 16: Laurel House, a comprehensive agency dedicated to ending domestic violence and empowering those impacted.
Day 17: Orthopedics at Nemours, one of the largest and most widely respected pediatric orthopedics practices in the United States.
Day 18: Back on My Feet, an organization that uses running to combat homelessness.
Day 19: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the world’s largest organization that supports research and advocacy for blood cancer treatment.
Day 20: American Red Cross, which prevents and alleviates human suffering by providing relief and support to those in crisis and helping communities prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Day 21: ADL, a leading anti-hate organization dedicated to fighting anti-Semitism and bigotry and securing justice and fair treatment for all.
Day 22: William Way LGBT Community Center, which encourages, supports and advocates for the well-being and acceptance of sexual and gender minorities in the Greater Philadelphia region through service, recreational, educational and cultural programming.
Day 23: 43 Oak Foundation, which is dedicated to helping minority and underprivileged athletes learn and develop through the sport of ice hockey.
Day 24: TRIO, a nonprofit group committed to improving the life of transplant candidates, recipients, their families and the families of organ and tissue donors.
Day 25: Philly FUNDamentals, a project of the Fund for the School District of Philadelphia that allows any donor to find a school and give directly to that school’s needs identified by the principal, and Donors Choose, a national program that helps donors provide direct support to individual classrooms.