The team at Commonwealth Law Group loves to give back to our community in any way we can. Whether we are awarding a scholarship to a deserving student or sponsoring a local event for a good cause, our team truly enjoys being active members of our community. Below are some of the ways we’ve given back to the community recently.
2021 Pursuing A Positive Impact Scholarship
Commonwealth Law Group is excited to once again be offering the Pursuing A Positive Impact Scholarship. This scholarship was started to recognize and reward students in our country that go out of their way to make their communities a better place. Each year, we award one lucky recipient a $3,000 scholarship to be used to help further their education. For more information about this year’s scholarship, visit our scholarship page.
ASK Night at The Diamond
Our team at Commonwealth Law Group is excited to have the opportunity to support this year’s ASK Night at The Diamond on July 11th, 2020, sponsored by the ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation. To help show our support, we are giving away FOUR tickets to this game between the Richmond Flying Squirrels and the Reading Fightin Phils. To enter this ticket giveaway, visit our ASK Night page.
RVA Cares 5k
Our team is happy to have been part of the 2020 RVA Cares 5K. This 5K was started to raise funds to benefit the local nonprofit Better2gether RVA. Our firm enjoyed participating in such a wonderful event and are happy to support organizations giving back to our community. To learn more, visit our RVA Cares event page.
Justice for Ale
Our firm understands that for some people in our community, it can be difficult to seek out legal services when you find yourself in hard situations. That’s why we make a point to give back to our community and support our neighbors in any way we can. One way we do this is by sponsoring the Justice for Ale events at Bingo Beer Co. at 2900 W Broad Street. This is a great way for us and other members of our community to help raise money to support our fellow neighbors who may otherwise struggle through legal battles on their own without the support they need.