“Save A Life” Community Service Project a Success

As a kick-off to Lang, Richert & Patch’s (“LRP”) quarterly community service projects for 2013, the firm’s staff and attorneys hit the pavement selling Kids’ Day newspapers in Northwest Fresno on March 5, 2013. The firm sold hundreds of newspapers, proceeds of which go directly to support Children’s Hospital Central California, the second largest pediatric hospital in the state and the only pediatric specialty hospital in the Central Valley. Additionally, the partnership LRP formed with Children’s Hospital Central California, Fig Garden Village, and the Central California Blood Center resulted in the recruitment of numerous blood donors to help save lives here in the Central Valley.

Matthew Quall, a business litigation and construction attorney recently installed as the firm’s new managing partner, participated in the project and had this to say about its success: “Our profession is about helping people, and at Lang, Richert & Patch we believe this responsibility extends beyond providing legal advice and meeting legal needs. We delve into our communities and work with local partners to effectuate change that improves our schools, local hospitals, animal shelters, and the general public. We proudly sold Kids’ Day papers and donated blood to make sure that the most vulnerable in our community are able to get the help that they need.”

And the firm is just getting started! Upcoming LRP community service projects include building a dog park for the Animal Compassion Team, a local no-kill animal shelter, our annual backpack drive benefiting low-income students within Fresno Unified School District, and a partnership with Terry’s House at Fresno Community Medical Center. For more information, please e-mail us at community@lrplaw.net.


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