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Giving Back

 

At the Law Offices of William K. Goldfarb we care about people. That’s why we do what we do. We want to help those members of our community, family and friends that can’t otherwise help themselves.

William K. Goldfarb believes that, being a member of a community is more than just running a business or living in a certain city or town, it means giving back. That’s why whenever there is an opportunity to help or make a difference in the life of someone less fortunate our firm wants to be there.

Below are just a few examples of how our firm has helped to assist those in need of a helping hand. But remember our firm’s philanthropy would never be possible without your business as our clients. So, “Thank you for helping to make our charity work possible!”

“Your generosity helps the Red Cross keep its commitment as the first to respond with caring disaster relief and assistance when help is needed. Donations like yours help the American Red Cross alleviate human suffering brought on by both natural and manmade disasters.”

Sheila Crunkleton

Director of Development, American Red Cross - Union County Chapter

“Your generous donation will surely help our offices administrate client services while continuing to provide safe shelter for these victims of abuse in Union County. For that, we offer the owners and staff of the Law Offices of William Goldfarb our heartfelt gratitude.”

Naomi L. Herndon, M.A.

Executive Director, Turning Point, Union County

“The City of Monroe and Union County would like to thank you for choosing to celebrate Earth Day with us this year. Your enthusiasm throughout the planning of Down to Earth Day 2011 is a great reward to our Committee.”

Organizing Committee

Monroe-Union County Earth Day

Turning Point

“We are so thankful for caring people like you that have made it possible for us to provide fans to more seniors during this terrible heat wave we have been experiencing.”

Lisa Smosky

Executive Director, Council on Aging, Union County

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