Wisler Pearlstine, LLP continues its support of charitable and non-profit organizations serving our communities in Montgomery County, Bucks County, and the surrounding areas through grants made by the Wisler Pearlstine Charitable Fund (“the Fund”).
The Fund made grants to the following organizations in 2021:
- Bringing Hope Home, which provides financial and emotional support to local cancer patients and their families, such as paying essential household bills for families in need.
- Mercy Neighborhood Ministries, which provides intergenerational programming for early education and youth development, adult education and workforce development, and adult day care to individuals in need in Philadelphia.
- The Kelly Anne Dolan Foundation, which provides financial support to local children living with serious illnesses and disabilities, assisting with the needs that are not covered by insurance, such as respite programs and non-cash items to families.
- The Travis Manion Foundation, which develops programs, training opportunities, and events that are designed to empower veterans and their families.
- Montgomery County Foundation’s Emergency Disaster Relief Fund, which provides funding to local organizations that provide services and supplies to our neighbors displaced by Hurricane Ida and the related flooding.
The Wisler Pearlstine Charitable Fund provides grants to these and other organizations that ensure that financial and other services are provided equitably and inclusively in their communities.
The personnel at Wisler Pearlstine continue to collect and donate food, personal care supplies, school supplies, and Christmas toys for the clients of the Daily Bread Community Food Pantry in Collegeville. Partners and staff members participated in a work project at Daily Bread in October.
In addition to our efforts at the firm level, many of our attorneys and staff members serve as committed volunteers, directors, officers, and board members for charitable and other non-profit organizations in Montgomery County, Bucks County, and other communities in which they reside. For more information, visit the Community page of our website.