At our law firm, we believe that the work we do every day should go beyond helping clients at the office. That's why we work to support the organizations and causes that matter most to our clients and staff. With so many worthwhile organizations that need help, we are proud to provide support through various partnerships, volunteer work, and giving opportunities.
Here are just a few of the outstanding non-profits our law firm is honored to work with.
Whether you have a golden retriever, a pit bull or a mutt, it's how owners treat their dogs that determines their pets' behavior. That's where Animal Friends comes in. We're pleased to offer the chance to win a scholarship for you and your dog to one of Animal Friends' training classes.
We're committed to keeping the roads safe for cyclists.
We've helped countless clients and families who are dealing with the effects of brain injuries. We know organizations like the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania are vitally important in providing support, education, advocacy, and more for people whose lives have been affected by brain injuries.
Our firm’s Volunteer Committee is an employee-run group that organizes frequent opportunities for staff to help out at great local non-profits. Here are just a few of the many organizations our employees have supported through volunteering or charitable giving.
Our law firm is proud to support our local chapters of the JDRF. We hope that our partnership provides more awareness and funding to find better treatments and prevention for Type 1 diabetes. Learn how you can get involved.
For over 30 years, our firm has been part of the greater Altoona, Ebensburg, and Johnstown areas, and that doesn’t stop with legal services. Edgar Snyder & Associates takes pride in its wide range of community affiliations.
Our law firm is proud to support Operation StrongVet, a wonderful organization committed to assisting veterans as they return to civilian life. StrongVet's goal is to integrate veterans back into their communities through the help of local supporters.