Community Involvement in Florida
Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa is committed to the clients and the communities we serve. Our firm is composed of expert trial attorneys and personal injury lawyers who call Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie and South Florida home.
What is service without giving back? Contributing to the community where we work and raise our families is a key philosophy of Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa. While our Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie lawyers are known for top-notch performance and legal expertise, our reputation in giving back to the community precedes us.
Below are some of the charities we support, as well as our firm’s community involvement with various organizations:
Clinics Can Help makes donations of medical equipment to those in need. They take donations of wheelchairs, hospital beds, nebulizers and more. Clinics Can Help is Florida’s largest medical reuse organization. Working together, they build hope, provide dignity and save lives throughout South Florida.
El Sol supports the improvement and quality of life for the residents of Jupiter and surrounding communities by providing services primarily to day laborers, their children and families.
A home is one of the basic necessities of any individual. Habitat for Humanity provides homes to screened families through a sweat-equity requirement and low mortgage payments. The firm supports the organization’s cause to empower families by responding to the basic need for shelter.
Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa supports the work of the Hospice of Palm Beach County and their commitment to providing quality treatment and end-of-life care to every person who needs it.
L.E.A.F. is a 501 (C) (3) charity that helps injured law enforcement officers and the families of those who meet untimely or wrongful death. The firm fully supports their cause and their annual fundraising activities.
Where hope has a home. Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa supports the Quantum House. If you have a child being treated in a medical facility and you need a place to stay in the West Palm Beach area, they can help.
The mission of the Farmworker Coordinating Council of Palm Beach, Inc. is to promote self-sufficiency and improve the quality of life of migrant and seasonal farmworkers through education, advocacy, and access to services.
This event hosted by Sunlight Community Church met at the crossroads of fun & community outreach. Amid a backdrop of music, free food and prizes, attendees were provided information about local health services. Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa sponsored the event, also providing information and entertainment.
Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa’ shareholder, Jonathan T. Levy, recently served as the Committee Chairman for the Seagull Industries for the Disabled Silver Cup Gold Tournament. The endeavor raised needed funds for the organization that aims to improve the quality of life of the individuals it serves.
The food bank’s mission is to alleviate hunger by obtaining and distributing food and other essentials in Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie, and Okeechobee Counties.
For over 24 years, the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County has been at the forefront of youth development, working with young people from disadvantaged economic, social and family circumstances. With 20 locations throughout the county, we are able to serve more than 8,000 youth annually with our afterschool, summer and outreach programming such as truancy.
Communities Connected for Kids’ mission is to enhance the safety, permanency and well-being of all children in Okeechobee and the Treasure Coast through a community network of family support services.
Police Athletic League (PAL) provides programs and activities throughout the school year and summer to the children of West Palm Beach.
Apart from these organizations, the group has dedicated time and resources to the Pahokee High School Football Team, Nurses’ Night Out, Treasure Coast Food Bank, and United for Families groups. Find Out More
We love animals at Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa and that’s why we support Justin Bartlett Animal Rescue. Their goal is to reduce the number of homeless dogs and cats from becoming victim to shelter euthanasia by getting all dogs and cats adopted. They also have a not-for-profit hospital, that provides affordable health care for animals.