The staff of the Jaklitsch Law Group spent some time Tues, May 19 stocking shelves and filling bags at the Southern Maryland Food Bank.
The Jaklitsch Law Group staff collected items for the Prince George’s County animal shelter and donated them on June 22. Here are photos of our staff members who went to visit the facility. They made some new friends…
In December we collected items for the annual Marine Corps Toys for Tots toy drive.
We collected gently used clothes and donated them to the Odenton's Nichols-Bethel United Methodist Church Christian Assistance Program.
In November the Southern Maryland Food Bank was in need of donations, so we put together some boxes and food and delivered it to them.
Around Thanksgiving we donated gas cards to the Fisher House in November. The Fisher House helps meet the needs of injured personnel returning from Operation Enduring Freedom.
In November, several staff members supported the Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary by participating in the 19th Annual Run for Wildlife 3K Fun Walk. The event raises money to support conservation projects and research aimed at preserving the Patuxent River's natural wildlife.
In October, we wore pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month and collected money to donate to "Breast Friends Forever" a group on the Eastern Shore raising money for three friends currently battling breast cancer.
So local kids started the school year off right, in August we donated backpacks and school supplies to students at Barrack Obama Elementary School down the street from our Upper Marlboro office.
In July, we did one of our favorite things: we welcomed troops home from overseas at BWI Airport. That afternoon, approximately 600 members of the military and their families were greeted. Operation Welcome Home is a year-round program that organizes volunteers to greet service members as they return to the states. The organizers make sure folks are there to welcome flights at all hours, they collect donations for and distribute snack bags to the military personnel.