Jones Foster was a proud sponsor of the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League’s 2020 Annual Barry Crown Walk for the Animals, which took place at the Meyer Amphitheater on Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach.
As a corporate sponsor of the event’s Pet Costume Contest, Firm Shareholder Theo Kypreos and Attorney Erica Haft were selected to serve as Judges alongside WPBF TV’s Ron Burke and Vanessa Vinent.
Jones Foster employees and their families took part in the walk as part of the Firm’s recently launched Jones Foster Impact community involvement program, designed to enhance the Firm’s community involvement by offering all employees a platform to collaborate, engage, and collectively impact the community through efforts designed to support local charitable organizations.
Earlier this month, a Jones Foster Impact team of volunteers took time out of their workday and provided hands-on support during an on-site service day, the first of several scheduled for this year. They deep-cleaned holding cages and floors to help ensure a clean, healthy space for the residents awaiting their forever homes.
Jones Foster chose to partner with Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League in support of their mission and commitment to rescue, protect, and advocate for animals, as well as their deeply rooted history in the community. Jones Foster and Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League were founded in 1924 and 1925, respectively.
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.