The attorneys and staff at Fisher Rushmer, P.A. work tirelessly not only for our clients, but also for those in need within the Orlando area. Here are a few of the community service groups that Fisher Rushmer employees help by volunteering their time and money.
Fisher Rushmer, P.A. contributes to OCBA Young Lawyers Section’s charitable drive for Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation. Libby’s provides comprehensive breast health care and treatment to the underserved in our Central Florida community. To learn more visit http://libbyslegacy.org/.
For 26 years, the firm has “sponsored” anywhere from 6 – 16 kids during the Christmas holiday. The attorneys and staff at Fisher Rushmer, P.A. donate money, their time shopping, wrapping, and delivering gifts and clothes in order for these children to have a wonderful Christmas.
The Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association is an organization of attorneys who take on cases of low-income individuals or individuals with special legal needs, for little or no cost.
In 2016, Fisher Rushmer attorneys and staff contributed over 300 hours pro bono, through the Legal Aid Society.
Many Fisher Rushmer, P.A. attorneys volunteer their time as a Guardian ad Litem, which is part of the Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association.
Every year since 1987 the Judge J. C. “Jake” Stone Distinguished Service Award is presented to a member of the Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association in recognition of their pro bono work. The award, named after Judge Stone, a county judge from Orange County who was active in community service, is the highest award given by the Legal Aid Association.
Two Fisher Rushmer, P.A. Attorneys have won this award:
Seniors First is the Meals on Wheels agency for Orange County Florida. Each week over 500 seniors who cannot leave their homes or have a difficult time preparing meals are delivered healthy meals. 4,190 meals are delivered to Orange County seniors each week.
For over 15 years Fisher Rushmer, P.A. attorneys and staff donate their time every Thursday to deliver meals, share a friendly conversation, and to check on the safety of these home bound seniors.