Jones Foster was a proud sponsor of Peggy Adams’ Animal Rescue League’s 22nd Annual Barry Crown Walk for the Animals at the Meyer Amphitheatre in downtown West Palm Beach.
The event featured a runway show of adoptable pets, vendors, music, silent auction, and pet contest, in addition to the 1-mile walk along Flagler Drive. Litigation and Corporate & Tax Shareholder Mike Gore was selected to serve as a judge in the Pet Costume Contest alongside Brooke Silverang of WPBF25 News and John Pellecchia of NexGen Surveying.
Jones Foster employees, family, and friends took part in the walk as part of the firm’s community involvement program, Jones Foster Impact, which provides employees a platform to collaborate, engage, and collectively impact the community through efforts designed to support local charitable organizations.
The mission of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is to shelter homeless and unwanted animals, find quality homes for adoptable pets, and provide community spay and neuter programs as well as other medical services for neglected companion animals.
Through Jones Foster’s unique history, experience, and long-standing commitment in Palm Beach County, we have proudly supported our friends and neighbors since 1924. The Firm’s founding partners instilled a true sense of public service that continues to serve as a fundamental value and ensure that our purpose goes beyond legal services. Our attorneys and staff collaborate regularly with a wide range of local organizations that inspire us to build a better future for us all. Learn more about our community involvement here.