Trenam Law – Giving Back in 2019
We are grateful to our community!
Trenam Law’s culture includes a strong commitment to our Tampa Bay community. As we celebrate our 50th Anniversary, we are determined to recognize our success by giving back at least 1500 hours in community service efforts in addition to our many and varied financial contributions.
This commitment continues our long history of involvement in and leadership of local organizations, reflected in our extensive contribution of time, treasure, and talent to a host of organizations listed in this communication.
Here we highlight a few of those we supported in 2019.
Metropolitan Ministries – A Day of Giving Back
Last March, Trenam Law was proud to participate in a day of giving back and partner with Metropolitan Ministries, a local charity that helps the homeless and at-risk children and families. We all rolled-up our sleeves in the kitchen and assisted in meal preparation, served the residents in the dining facility, stocked shelves, washed dishes, and sorted donated clothes in their retail store. We are grateful to Metropolitan Ministries and their commitment to helping those in our community who are in need.
Lake Panasoffkee Elementary School – Electric Guitar Donation
Each year the team members of Trenam Law participate in a team building activity away from our offices. This year, we were organized into teams and built guitars piece by piece by answering trivia questions. We were able to donate 10 electric guitars and personal amplifiers to the Lake Panasoffkee Elementary School’s music program. We were advised by the music director that the school had only one guitar in its budget for the year. We were grateful to make a difference.
Camelot Community Care – Angel Tree
For more than 30 years, Camelot Community Care has served children and families experiencing abuse, neglect, and behavioral health and substance abuse issues. During the holiday season, Trenam partnered with Camelot Community Care to sponsor an Angel Tree, giving Trenam employees the opportunity to “adopt” a child and provide assistance with purchasing new clothing and toys to place under their Christmas tree. Through this program, Trenam was able to make the season brighter for 26 children and 6 teens phasing out of the foster care system.
Proud to Give Back…