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Activate – An All-Employee Initiative to Give Back in 2023

Greenspoon Marder commits that 100 percent of firm employees will participate in a community service activity this year. The firm will offer multiple opportunities for employees to activate their goals of addressing an unmet need in their area. Greenspoon Marder curates volunteer opportunities and group activities on a regular basis to ensure employee participation. As in years past, staff members receive paid Volunteer Time Off (VTO) to provide flexibility and promote participation in community service events. (Read More…)

Pro Bono

At Greenspoon Marder, we are dedicated to the betterment of our communities through pro bono services and volunteerism. Our attorneys and staff are encouraged to serve their communities and fulfill their professional and ethical responsibilities in providing pro bono legal services to individuals and organizations in need.

Project New Leaf, the firm’s leading pro bono project, is a call-to-action and mobilization of our talented attorneys across the U.S. to provide pro bono expungement and record sealing services to individuals in underserved communities. The firm also partners with local organizations to provide much needed community services such as information about affordable housing and free wireless service through government programs like Lifeline and the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).

Charitable Giving and Activities

Greenspoon Marder is proud to support several professional and community organizations throughout the U.S. Participating in philanthropy and charitable activities has been deeply engrained in the firm culture since our inception in 1981. As our firm’s footprint continues to grow throughout the United States, we remain passionate about giving back to the charities, communities, and business organizations to which our clients, attorneys, and staff are committed.

  • 211 Broward 
  • 4ward Miami 
  • Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches 
  • AKAdemic Foundation
  • Alex’s Lemonade Stand Childhood Cancer Foundation
  • American Cancer Society 
  • Anti–Defamation League 
  • Arc Broward 
  • Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association 
  • Boca West Children’s Foundation 
  • Broward Performing Arts Foundation  
  • Business of the Arts Broward, Inc. 
  • Caribbean Bar Association 
  • Commercial Real Estate Women Network  
  • Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation 
  • Cuban American Bar Association 
  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 
  • Dade Legal Aid – Put Something Back 
  • Dan Marino Foundation 
  • Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center 
  • Entertainment Law Initiative  
  • Equality Florida 
  • Expunge Colorado 
  • Feeding South Florida 
  • Florida Association for Women Lawyers 
  • Gay Ocho Festival / 4ward Miami 
  • Georgia Lawyers for the Arts 
  • Ghost Light Society 
  • Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association 
  • Haiti Cherie Heritage Foundation 
  • Haitian Lawyers Association 
  • Here’s Help 
  • Hispanic Heritage Committee of Greater Orlando 
  • Holocaust Documentation and Education Center, Inc. 
  • I Care I Cure Foundation
  • Illinois Women in Cannabis 
  • Innocence Project of Florida 
  • Jewish Adoption and Family Care Options 
  • Jewish Family Services 
  • Jewish Federation of Broward County 
  • Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation 
  • Judicial Diversity Initiative 
  • Kids Can Foundation 
  • Kids In Distress 
  • KidSide 
  • Law Firm Anti-Racism Alliance  
  • Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG) 
  • Legal Services of Greater Miami 
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 
  • LGBT Bar Association 
  • Lutes Family Foundation 
  • Memorial Hospital Foundation 
  • Men Having Babies 
  • Minority Cannabis Business Association 
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving 
  • National LGBTQ Task Force 
  • Orlando Health Children’s Foundation 
  • Phyllis Sandler Heart of Social Work 
  • Quest, Inc.
  • Scentsablility 
  • Second Chance Program: Miami-Dade County SAO 
  • Second Harvest Food Bank, Orlando 
  • The Shade Tree 
  • The Social Impact Center 
  • Special Olympics Florida 
  • Sunny Shores Sea Camp, Inc. 
  • T.J. Reddick Bar Association 
  • United Way 
  • Victoria’s Voice 
  • Volunteers of America 
  • Women in Distress