“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 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:
- Speedway Children’s Charities
- Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada
- Little Friends Animal Foundation
- Las Vegas Sportz Foundation
- Shop with a Cop
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.
On Thursday, March 8th at 11:45 a. m., Glen Lerner will be the keynote speaker at the monthly Christian Businessmen’s Network luncheon. It is held at the Canyon Gate Country Club for Christian businessmen in Southern Nevada.
There will be over forty local business and community leaders attending. This is a tremendous honor and Glen Lerner is proud to speak to such a diverse group of individuals. This luncheon encourages Las Vegas businessmen to hold themselves accountable in their professional and personal lives.
Benefit Dinner to Assist Foster Kids in Pahrump
Each year, over 750,000 children are placed in protective custody and foster care in the United States. In Nye County, 80-100 children may be in foster care at any time. CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children, is working to support these kids so they can find safe, loving homes across the country.
That is why Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys is proud to be a co-sponsor of CASA’s Seventh Annual Crab Fest, where proceeds will benefit Pioneer Territory CASA! Our Pahrump legal team is excited to be part of this fantastic event. We’re committed to supporting our community with other local organizations, and we’re thrilled we could help raise awareness for CASA and their mission.
2018 CASA’s 7th Annual Crab Fest Details
Held March 3rd in Pahrump, NV, Crab Fest will feature a silent auction, raffles, a live auction, and, of course, delicious dungeness crab from the Pacific Northwest. (Chicken will also be offered as a substitute.)
Crab Fest happens every year, and gets better each time. Call (775) 513-9514 or email [email protected] for more details.
New Mini Homes to House Veterans in Veterans Village
Veterans Village recently broke ground on a new transitional housing project for Las Vegas veterans at 50 N. 21st Street on February 26th. The mini houses of Village #2 Container House Village will be constructed out of shipping containers. These containers provide a great low-cost, affordable housing alternative for our community’s veterans.
This organization strives to create an environment specifically for United States Veterans. This includes housing as well as a 24/7 crisis center for those suffering mental illnesses. They have created local public and private partnerships to provide supplies and services for the residents.
Various community leaders, including Mayor Carolyn Goodman, where in attendance and had the opportunity to tour a model of the future container homes.
Our Glen Lerner Gives Back team looks forward to supporting Veterans Village in their efforts to benefit the lives of local veterans throughout the upcoming year. We are also honored to consider Veterans Village one of our key partners in improving the quality of life for all Las Vegans.
The offices of Glen Lerner strive to give back to the community whenever they can. This is especially true when veterans are involved. Our vets deserve a home to call their own.
There are many ways that you can give back to this prestigious organization, whether it is through Amazon Smile, or through donation of a paver with a special message on it.
For more details about the second Container House Village, please go to vvlv.org.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony-Valentine’s Day in Veterans Village
We are proud to be partnering with Veterans Village Assisted Living for their ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for Wednesday, February 14 from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Multiple local dignitaries are said to be in attendance to this event, including Keynote Speaker Mayor Carolyn Goodman.
Veterans Village is a nonprofit assisted living home for veterans who served our country. This will be the opening of their 3rd campus. The amount of homeless Veterans in America is shocking and saddening which is why Veterans Village is such a worth while organization. It’s important to give back to those men and women who have given up so much to serve our country and fought for our freedom. The Veterans Village mission is “Serves Those Who Have Served with Respect and Dignity
To keep with the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we ordered 100 red roses have been ordered to be passed out to all of the women in attendance along with 250 cupcakes from The Cupcakery. Why not spend the designated “day of love” giving back and showing love to those in need? This is a great organization and we hope our community embraces it as much as we have!
Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys invites you to help a child stay warm this winter by participating in their first annual coat drive. All coats collected will be donated to The Salvation Army Kroc Center. Most important to note, these will be given to families throughout the community. We hope you open your heart and closet to support your fellow man.
In an effort to collect as many coats as possible, we are inviting local businesses to become a drop-off location. To participate, simply send us an email to [email protected] and we will have a collection box delivered directly to your business.
Donate starting November 10th through the end of January. Coats can range anywhere from lightly used to brand new.