Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso Joins Ford Motor Company’s Legal Alliance for Women in a Global Day of Service

September 2018

Joining volunteers around the world, Flaherty attorneys took part today in the inaugural Global Day of Service, a worldwide initiative spearheaded by Ford Motor Company’s Legal Alliance for Women (LAW), the company’s professional organization focused on women in the legal practice.

Flaherty and Jones Law Group are bringing the Global Day of Service to Charleston. Attorneys from each firm will be volunteering at Manna Meal. The firms partnered earlier this year in support of Ford’s Global Day of Service by honoring community teachers.

“We are proud to partner with Ford on this day of service. Manna Meal is an organization that we have supported for many years, so we naturally gave them a call to see how we could help,” said Tyler Dinsmore, assistant managing member at Flaherty.” Manna Meal serves the hungry in our community every day, no questions asked. It is an honor to play a small part in giving back and helping to further their mission.”

Ford LAW and partner’s Global Day of Service kicked off this year with a singular vision to help community organizations, including those that are assisting women and girls through educational, empowerment and support programs. Bringing together volunteers from more than eight countries, this day of service is a collective effort to give back to the communities Ford and its partners operate in.

“Through this day of service, we are aiming to marshal the collective efforts of our partners in the legal profession around the world to give back to the community,” said Beth Rose, assistant general counsel at Ford Motor Company and chairperson of Ford’s Legal Alliance for Women. “The passion we share in advocating for and serving our communities extends beyond this one day. It is part of who we are as individuals and drives our community service year-round.”

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