“I love this city, it’s been good to me. I’ve always wanted to help the people around me and now I have a chance to give back to the community.”

Glen Lerner

Glen Lerner Gives Back

Glen Lerner had a humble upbringing and understands the struggles that can deter people from their dreams. That is why he encourages the lawyers and support staff of his personal injury firm to pursue charitable activities and sponsorship opportunities within the communities where they live and work to help improve the lives of others. With the help of family and friends, great deeds have been achieved through the law firm’s charitable arm Glen Lerner Gives Back in Las Vegas, Pahrump, Phoenix, and Chicago. The law firm’s efforts through Glen Lerner Gives Back assist at-risk children, families and four-legged critters who face daily struggles during these hard economic times.

Charitable organizations they are involved with include:

Click here for an extended list of organizational groups Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys supports.

Glen Lerner Pays it Forward

Glen Lerner feels blessed to have been presented with opportunities that have made him the success that he is today. He believes in paying forward these blessing through acts of gratitude by giving something back to help make a positive community and social changes. Glen Lerner hopes that other business and individuals who can will also get involved and show an interest in making a difference and offering positive contributions within their own communities. Together the power of many joining together can make a difference.

Glen Lerner Keynote Speaker for Walter Hoving Home Annual Gala

Keynote Speaking Engagement at Walter Hoving Home Annual Gala

The Walter Hoving Home in Las Vegas will be throwing their annual Gala to raise money for their cause. Glen Lerner, founder of Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys, will be a guest speaker at their event. Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys have worked closely with the Walter Hoving Home previously.

What: Gala for Walter Hoving Home

Where: JW Marriott, 221 N. Rampart Blvd.

When: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 11, 2018

Information: Tickets for the gala start at $95 (early bird pricing ends 9/30)

About the Hoving Home

Glen Lerner Gives Back

Since June 1967, the Hoving Home has been a center for hope for hundreds of women who reclaimed their lives after drug and alcohol abuse.

The Hoving Home is a residential spiritually-based home that is a non-profit organization that serves women ages 18 and over who have been involved in drug addiction, alcoholism, prostitution and other life-controlling problems. The 6- or 12-month programs help them to rebuild their lives in an atmosphere of warmth, trust, support and love.

The Hoving Home has four homes for women located in CA, NY, NJ and Las Vegas Nevada. Since opening in 1967 the Hoving Home has impacted the lives of 23,216 women.

The women live there for a year, paying a $500 entry fee and $500 a month. It costs about $2,000 a month per woman to run the home. The program, which boasts an 86 percent success rate, receives no government assistance.

The program includes daily devotions, reading the Bible in its entirety, and each woman facing her addiction by understanding what led her down that path, whether it was grief, rejection, abandonment, molestation or some other factor.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Hoving Home, find more information on their website or if you are interested in the other events that Glen Lerner and his foundation, Glen Lerner Gives Back, will be participating in, visit the Gives Back section on our website today.  We invite you to get involved today.

Candlelighters Superhero 5K Sponsorship 2018

Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys Teams Up with Community Members to Help Fight Childhood Cancer

Glen Lerner Gives BackOur Las Vegas area legal team suits up once again in support of local families battling childhood cancer for the 2018 Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada’s annual Shine for Superhero 5K run and 1 mile walk.

In addition to our sponsorship and participation in the run and walk, we will be giving away drawstring bags* at our booth. Stop by,  say “hi,” and pick up a bag to carry around the other event swag.

Candlelighters Superhero 5k

For eight years we have actively supported the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada. The Superhero 5k is a favorite event for our team.

We invite others who share our desire to help fight childhood cancer to join us in giving back and supporting this amazing organization that does so much for those dealing with this disease. You can do so by registering online for the 5k run or 1 mile walk. You can also make a donation online. ALL funds raised from the 2018 Candlelighters Superhero 5k will directly benefit the children and families assisted by Candlelighters.

The following includes other important event details:

Date: Saturday, September 15th
Time: Registration opens at 6:30 a.m. | 7:15 a.m. warm up with TruFusion | 5k run and 1 mile walk starts at 8 a.m.
Location: Exploration Park at Mountain’s Edge (9700 S Buffalo Dr., Las Vegas, 89178)

In addition to the 5k fun run and 1 mile walk, there will also be:

  • food;
  • kids zone;
  • raffle prize drawings;
  • live music;
  • vendor booths (stop by ours for a free gift*);
  • a bone marrow;
  • Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys booth with giveaways:*
  • and, more!

Find out more about the Candlelighters Superhero 5K with Chet Buchanan by calling (702) 737-1919, via email at [email protected] or visit candlelightersnv.org.

Connect with our Glen Lerner social media accounts today to view photos of our team st the Superhero 5k. You’ll also stay up-to-date regarding future giveaways, legal hot topics and more!

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*while supplies last

Thank You: Merrillville Back to School Party

Logo - Impact Christian Church

Thank You
Impact’s 2018 Back to School
Block Party


Let me begin with the words, “thank you” as a way to express my heart felt gratitude for your assistance in underwriting this year’s Back to School Block Party. It’s but a few days after  the event, and the  process of putting everything away will take a while, but in my mind is the  huge crowd that was here, and how much they appreciated everything. Allow me to give you a brief review:

*We started setup promptly at 11, and already the crowd had started forming. We began immediately to set  up canopies to provide relief from the sun, and took  out tables and chairs to make the waiting more comfortable.

*We began at 1, with all the canopies in place, snow cone, popcorn, and cotton  candy machines al­ ready running. Hot dogs were being served, games now being played, and backpacks being disbursed. Each child would pick a backpack  color containing teacher requested supplies (grade appropriate), receiving also ear buds, a dental hygiene kit, a New Testament, a box of Girl Scout cookies, coupons for food/appetizers from Texas Corral and/or Chick-Fil-A, and pencils, paper, ink pens, etc. After receiving the  back pack, then  it was on to the socks/underwear distribution points. The lines were steady for well over 2 hours.

*Throughout the afternoon, we hosted a magic show  and a “Carol’s Cuisine Fruit of the Spirit pie baking class,” along with haircuts, nail polishing, games, jump houses, volleyball, ice cream from Culvers, peanuts from Texas Corral, and just about everything to entertain a child, while parents and grandparents looked through the 25+ tables full of good  used clothing.

About 750 backpacks were distributed to the children/youth of Merrillville/Gary/Hobart/Lake Station/Calumet Township. We have tracking on all the students and will use that information to see how else we can serve the many families in our area.

Thank you! You helped make all this (and so much more)  possible on August 11. Thank you for your generosity, your love and concern  for the children/youth of this area, and the encouragement given to not only students, but parents and grandparents, aunts and uncles as they direct their children to return well prepared to the classrooms to achieve, grow and become tomorrows adults. Thank you.

Bob Szoke, Pastor


P.O. Box 943, Schererville, IN 46375 | Meeting at: 7071 Broadway, Merrillville, IN 46410 | Robert Szoke-Pastor

Glen Lerner Gives Back Packs Hope with Phil’s Friends

Phil’s Friends

“Volunteering with Phil’s Friends gives us the chance to be the bearers of light in a seemingly hopeless situation,” says attorney Glen Lerner.

On Friday, June 22, the team at Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys will do our part to spread hope to those who so desperately need it. From 9:30am to 11:00am, we will be at the Indiana Hope Center in Crown Point, Indiana, packing and sending the light of hope in the form of care packages with Phil’s Friends. Our team is excited to lend our time to such a noble cause.

Phil’s Friends and Their Mission of Hope

Phil’s Friends is a nonprofit, Christian agency with the mission to bring hope and support to those battling cancer in the United States. They do this by providing care packages and weekly Cards of Hope to patients and their families. They also invoke the power of prayer to assist and support cancer patients on their road to recovery.

Founder Phil Zielke knows exactly how that kind of hopelessness and defeat can cloud one’s mindset after a cancer diagnosis. As a two-time cancer survivor himself, Mr. Zielke is no stranger to these feelings. These feelings of despair can have a crippling effect on not only the patient, but their family as well. That is why Phil’s Friends is committed to being the light for families that have found themselves in the dark. A caring volunteer assembles each package with items to bring comfort and joy to its recipient. Along with the care packages, patients will also receive weekly encouragement from our volunteers in the form of Cards of Hope. These hand-colored cards aim to let the patient and their family know that they have more people in their corner praying for their recovery.

“A cancer diagnosis can leave a person feeling hopeless, alone, scared, and helpless. These feelings aren’t limited to the person who receives the diagnosis. Cancer can send shockwaves throughout a whole family. We make a living out of bringing people closure during some of their darkest times. Volunteering with Phil’s Friends gives us the chance to be the bearers of light in a seemingly hopeless situation,” says attorney Glen Lerner. “We are excited and proud to give our time and energy to provide hope to those who need the strength to continue one of the hardest fights of their life.”

About Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys

Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys began helping people with personal injury and dangerous drugs claims in Nevada over 25 years ago. Over the past two decades, Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys has grown into one of the largest plaintiff’s personal injury law firms in the country, with over 50 attorneys and nearly three hundred employees located in Nevada, Arizona, California, Illinois, and Indiana. The Glen Lerner attorneys also have relationships with attorneys across the country to help those hurt outside of states where the firm practices. The firm also assists with social security claims nationally and dangerous product lawsuits such as talcum powder ovarian cancer cases and diabetes drug Onglyza heart attack claims. For additional information, visit glenlerner.com, or call (702) 877-1500.

Follow the law firm on Twitter (twitter.com/glenlerner) and like their Facebook page (facebook.com/glenlernerinjuryattorneys) for current updates regarding legal topics and their community involvement and contributions.

National Donut Day 2018

National Donut Day 2018

Savory Story Behind National Doughnut Day

As you may know, the first Friday of June has a connection to one particularly savory sweet confection – the donut. But, do you know the story behind National Donut Day? The first donut day event took place in 1938 in Chicago as a fundraiser created by The Salvation Army to assist the disadvantage during The Great Depression.

Present Day Chicago continues to keep the tradition of giving back alive. Through The Salvation Army’s Mobile Feeding and Outreach Program, funds raised on National Donut support Chicagoland area:

  • Food pantries;
  • Nutrition programs for children; in addition to,
  • Meals for senior citizens and homeless.

You can support The Salvation Army’s effort by making an online donation now!

Other Fun Facts About National Donut Day

  • National Donut Day pays tribute to The Salvation Army “Donut Lassies” who supported front line troops during World War I.
  • The nickname “Donut Lassies” originated from two volunteers that used limited supplies, resources and soldier helmets to fry much appreciated donuts for the troops. (Seven at a time.)
  • “Donut Lassies” didn’t just make donuts for soldiers. They also provided stamps, writing supplies, meals, and mending services.
  • National Donut Day helps raise funds and increase awareness about the many social service programs The Salvation Army offers.

How Glen Lerner Gives Back Supports Efforts of The Salvation Army

Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys proudly partners with The Salvation Army in the Chicagoland area. One annual event the law firm gives back to and supports is the distribution of family meals over the Thanksgiving holiday. Additionally, the firm gets involved with the annual toy giveaways during the Christmas season at the Ray & Joan Kroc Center.

Glen Lerner hopes that other business and individuals who can will also get involved and show an interest in making a difference like The Salvation Army. Together the power of joining together does make a difference.