Community Service Jacksonville At Harrell & Harrell, all our attorneys both contribute financially and volunteer their time to the poor and disadvantaged, charities, churches and various professional bar associations. In the areas of charity work and contribution, we annually give time and money to many local organizations, but our focus has been toward children’s issues, medical services and The Jacksonville Humane Society. Some of the charities we offer assistance to are: Guardian Ad Litem – Harrell & Harrell, P.A., strongly supports the Guardian Ad Litem office and its efforts to protect and advocate for abused, neglected and abandoned children on the First Coast. In 2006, Harrell & Harrell, was the recipient of the Community Child Advocate Award. The Guardian Ad Litem office presents this award to a person or business in the community that has substantially supported its efforts and impacted the lives of children in a significant way. Harrell & Harrell received this award not only for providing financial support to efforts aimed at helping and protecting children on the First Coast, but also for the time spent by our attorneys volunteering to further those efforts. Voices for Children of the First Coast, Inc. – The primary private organization supporting and aiding the Guardian Ad Litem office in its mission to help and protect abused, neglected and abandoned children on the First Coast. Kids Deserve Justice Florida Specialty License Plate – The Kids Deserve Justice specialty license plate funds free legal services to low-income Florida children, allowing children to reach their full potential. Examples include legal representation for abused and neglected children, children in foster care, and children who need special education testing and services or access to health care. Wolfson Children’s Hospital – One of the nation’s top children’s hospitals, and the only children’s hospital in northeast Florida and southeast Georgia. Florida’s Children First Inc. – The chief proponent for improving the educational outcomes for children in State custody in Florida. Ronald McDonald House of Jacksonville – Provides housing for families while their children receive medical care. Jacksonville Humane Society – No shelter has enough cages for all the unwanted animals in a community, but even if one did no dog or cat should spend its life in a cage. Trio of Northeast Florida – Local chapter of Transplant Recipients International Organization, providing support and awareness of organ transplants. Volunteers in Medicine – This organization has branches nationally and provides medical care to the indigent through the volunteer services of the medical community. Retired physicians, nurses and other medical providers donate their time to those in need. In Jacksonville, there is a fully-staffed facility that provides excellent medical care Community Connections of Jacksonville – This organization provides programs that support services and helps families get back on their feet. They help heal the homelessness and fight poverty, allowing their participating to hold employment requirements so they can ultimately achieve sustainability.