June 2nd, 2014|
Each month, the team of Nashville personal injury attorneys at Ponce Law supports a non-profit organization from the local community. That’s why throughout the month of June, we are proud to be partnering with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) as our Charity of the Month.
The Middle Tennessee Council of the BSA includes more than 35,000 members and covers a span of 37 counties and Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The sheer size of the organization has allowed the BSA to have a positive impact on the community and the people in it through dozens of philanthropic projects.
The scouts just hosted the Trail of Tears Open Bass Tournament at Percy Priest Lake on May 17. Now, the BSA is gearing up for its next fundraising activity in September, when they host the Scouting On The Run 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run at Edwin Warner Park in Nashville.
For those who want to help the BSA and missed the bass tournament but don’t want to wait until September, there are ways to contribute to the organization. Throughout June, simply “like” Michael D. Ponce & Associates’ Facebook page and we will donate $1 to the Middle Tennessee Council of the BSA.
If you wish to keep up with other ways we are working to improve the area, you can follow the community and news section of our website.
March 5th, 2014|
March 5, 2014
Serving the community is important to the Nashville Personal Injury Lawyers with Ponce Law. We support organizations that help the youth of Middle Tennessee feel the same way about helping out others where they live.
The Boy Scouts of America’s Middle Tennessee Council consists of troops spread across the region participating in community service projects and activities. Some of the upcoming events include a youth basketball clinic hosted by college players and coaches on April 5 and a Scout Day with the Tennessee Titans in May.
Attorney Micheal D. Ponce recently posted to the firm’s Facebook page about a trip he and his troop took to the capitol as part of their efforts to earn their “Citizenship in the Nation” merit badge. He later discussed what a rewarding and educational experience the trip was for everyone who attended.
Those interested in joining the Boy Scouts of America are encouraged to contact either the Middle Tennessee Council or your local troop. Those who wish to donate to the organization are encouraged to do so as well!