Nashville Community Involvement Events

Charity of the Month: The Humane Society of Sumner County

by Staff Blogger | May 5th, 2014

There are millions of animals across the United States in need of loving homes. Many of those animals can be found right here in Middle Tennessee and the Nashville personal injury lawyers with Ponce Law are working to help their cause by naming a local rescue and adoption organization as the firm’s Charity of the Month.

The Humane Society of Sumner County was founded in 1974 and has since helped many lost, displaced, or abandoned animals find a forever home. One of the latest canines to find their way to the shelter is Franky. He is 2-year-old terrier/miniature pinscher mix who is housebroken and disease free. Franky seems to get along with everyone at the shelter, and volunteers believe he will be adopted quickly.

If you are considering a pet, Franky may be the right fit! If you wish to help the shelter, call the shelter at (615) 822-0061 to schedule a time to visit or drop off donations.

Those who wish to help the shelter in other ways can do so by “liking” the Facebook page for Michael D. Ponce & Associates. For every new “like” the page receives throughout the month of May, the firm will donate $1 to the Humane Society of Sumner County.

The firm takes great pride in assisting the charitable organizations of Middle Tennessee and encourage citizens to stay up to date with our latest endeavors by regularly checking the Community and News section of our website.

Second Harvest Food Bank Campaign Aims to Feed the Hungry in Middle Tennessee

by Staff Blogger | February 12th, 2014

February 12, 2014

The Nashville Personal Injury Lawyers here at Ponce Law love helping people in need within our community. That is why we would like to spread the word about an event taking place this week in Middle Tennessee that will help put food on the tables of the less fortunate.

An announcement from the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee stated that for every new “Like” the organization receives on its Facebook page, Kroger Groceries will donate a jar of peanut butter to be distributed to those in need as part of the organization’s “Spread The Love” campaign.

The non-profit organization began collecting food donations in 1978, and they have since spread their services to cover more than 46 counties in the state. Peanut butter was selected as a donation of choice by the organization because of its low cost and high nutritional value.

Second Harvest is always collecting monetary donations as well. They add that a single dollar donation can help create 4 meals for the hungry.

The attorneys with Michael D. Ponce & Associates are always looking for new ways to give back to the communities we serve. The firm encourages those interested in our philanthropic endeavors to stay current on our latest activities by following our Facebook page.