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Community Service

Gibbs Giden Locher Turner Senet & Wittbrodt LLP honors the community by partnering with organizations in sponsorship and support of select youth, health, human services, and cultural programs. Below is a list of recent events we have supported or participated in:

Schuff Steel Charity Golf Classic

2005 – 2019

We are proud to support Schuff Steel in their efforts on behalf of Desert Voices the beneficiary of the annual Schuff Steel Charity Golf Classic. Each year, Schuff raises funds to support the efforts of Desert Voices, Arizona’s only non-profit organization dedicated to teaching children who are deaf the listening and spoken language skills needed to speak and to understand when others speak to them. Desert Voices provides life-changing services to children who are deaf.

Food From the Bar

2012 – 2018

The 7th Annual Food From The Bar Campaign helps the legal community to fight hunger in Los Angeles. Gibbs Giden helps collect food and donations for the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank and we are proud to have been recognized as a Bronze Partner in honor of our past efforts.

GLA/ALA 5K Justice Jog

2011 – 2018

Every year the firm sponsors multiple runners. The Greater Los Angeles/Association of Legal Administrators (“GLA /ALA”) donates the net proceeds from the Justice Jog to an organization in need. Gibbs Giden is a proud continuing supporter of this event. The proceeds from this run/walk are donated to CASA of Los Angeles, Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children.

P.A.T.H. (People Assisting the Homeless)


Our Los Angeles office collected Men’s clothing and donated several bags of gently used jackets, t-shirts, sweats, sweatshirts, socks and business clothing to P.A.T.H.

Anthony in Venice


Our firm took a food/clothing donation for Anthony in Venice, to help feed and clothe the homeless in Venice Beach. We were able to donate a palate full of food and gently used clothing.

LACBA Barristers Annual Foster Children Backpack Drive


We donated 16 backpacks along with supplies to fill them. The backpacks were donated with more than 100 others to the Children’s Law Center of Los Angeles to help children in foster care.