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Our Firm Commitment to Community

We take a great deal of pride in the communities in which we live and work and in our commitment to them. Reger Rizzo and Darnall provides significant pro bono legal services on an annual basis throughout the Mid-Atlantic region to those without the resources to get the help they need and deserve. With offices in Philadelphia and West Chester, Pennsylvania; Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware; Mount Laurel, New Jersey; Towson, Maryland; and White Plains, New York and with clients across the country, we believe it is our duty to promote active involvement in local, regional and national charitable organizations. By doing so, we are creating a better environment through teamwork and initiatives focused on diversity and inclusion and improving the lives of residents in these communities for generations to come.

Since its inception, our firm has recognized and embodied its responsibility to be an active contributor to local communities by encouraging and supporting participation in various community-inspired and philanthropic initiatives. Since we opened our doors in 1992, Reger Rizzo & Darnall has been dedicated to supporting and improving the communities in which our attorneys and staff live and work. We not only provide financial support but also donate our time and efforts to many local and national non-profit and charitable organizations whose mission it is to better the lives of our fellow families, friends and neighbors.

Our community involvement benefits a wide range of organizations, including:

  • Abington Hills Therapeutic Riding Program
  • Aliens Lane Art Center
  • The Alzheimer’s Association
  • The American Cancer Society
  • The American Heart Association
  • Autism Society of Delaware
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania
  • Boys Scouts of America
  • The Canuso Foundation
  • The CARES Institute
  • Chesapeake Bay Girl Scout Council
  • Children’s Fresh Air Home
  • Committee of 70
  • Conestoga Generals Football Association
  • Conference of Minority Transportation Officials
  • The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA)
  • Delaware Hospice
  • Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDs Foundation
  • Elwyn, Inc.
  • Epilepsy Foundation of Eastern Pennsylvania
  • Executive Women International
  • Garrett Williamson Foundation
  • Germantown Cricket Club
  • Grace Presbyterian Church
  • Haddon Heights Good Neighbors
  • The Huntington’s Disease Society of America
  • Institution Education Committee
  • Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind
  • Junior Achievement of America
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
  • Lemon Society Leadership Council
  • The March of Dimes
  • Melanoma International Foundation
  • Metropolitan Aids Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance
  • Montgomery County Child Advocacy Program
  • National Kidney Foundation: Eagles Dress Down Day
  • New Jersey Community Association
  • Northern Children’s Services
  • Pediatric Stroke Program at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority
  • Philadelphians For Literacy
  • REDI, Inc., a Member of the Amoore Group, Inc.
  • Rowan University School of Medicine C.A.R.E.S. Institute
  • Saint Martin de Porres School
  • Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (Cecil County)
  • St. Christopher’s Foundation for Children
  • St. Mary’s Interparochial School in Philadelphia
  • Support Center for Child Advocates
  • The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Temple University
  • Valley Forge Military Academy
  • Volunteers for the Indigent Program
  • West Mount Airy Neighbors Community Association

Additionally, in 2008 we proudly adopted the Eliza Shirley House, a homeless shelter for abused women and children in Philadelphia, PA. For more than a decade through our partnership with the Eliza Shirley House and the Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP), we hosted bimonthly legal clinics that provided legal services relating to issues such as benefits, birth certificates, abuse protection and prevention, and other legal matters for the almost 50 families in the shelter. In addition, each holiday season we provided many necessary services to the women and children who depend on the shelter for their care and welfare on a day-to-day basis.

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