Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta volunteers provided more than $2.3 million worth of legal services to Atlanta nonprofits last year. The time and talents of our attorney volunteers make a big difference to the nonprofits they serve. Below are some “shout outs” to our volunteers from their appreciative nonprofit clients:
To: Patty Butler of Turner Broadcasting
From: Resource Service Ministries
Pro Bono was able to connect me with Patty Butler who works in the HR department at Turner Broadcasting. She reviewed our old employee manual, helped me understand many of the new employee requirements for our size organization, and walked me through the whole process of updating our policies. Our new employee manual has made managing our staff a much easier task. I want to thank Patty and Pro Bono for helping a small non-profit like Resource Service Ministries receive such a high level of expertise.”
To: Amy Wilson of Bryan Cave LLP
From: A Friend’s House
Thank you so much for your time and talent in helping us with our website audit… As a non-profit agency we must depend on the generosity of others to sustain our programs. Thank you for taking the time out of an already busy day to help us.
To: Mindy Doster of Elavon
From: Midtown Assistance Center
On behalf of the Midtown Assistance Center, I thank you for working with us through Pro Bono Partnership to provide valuable legal services. As a small nonprofit, it is often difficult to raise the funds for many necessary expenses and still fulfill our mission to provide assistance to the working poor. By donating your time and expertise, you enabled us to assist many hard working families struggling to make ends meet.
To: Jeff Young of Alston & Bird
From: Jeryme Brown & Mitchell Smalls Foundation
I would just like to add that Jeff has been a true blessing to our company… I would like to extend a special thank you to PBPA for connecting our organization with Jeff. I feel we have forged a life-long relationship!
To: Kirk Domescik of Duane Morris LLP
From: Action Ministries
I wanted to thank PBPA for Kirk Domescik’s involvement in the Action Ministries and Feed the Hungry Partnership. I am impressed by his professionalism and expertise (and he is also a nice guy).