“What you have received, you should give back.”
The members of our firm come from different backgrounds, belief systems, and cultures, but we all agree on one thing—it is better to give than receive! Everyone at Demas Law Group has a strong commitment to
giving back to the community to help those who might not have as many of life’s blessings as we do, or to help those who want to make a difference in other’s lives.
“We all know we cannot do it alone”, says John Demas. “It takes more than one person to accomplish almost anything. Those of us who have built businesses, raised families, overcome obstacles and reached great goals know that we could not have done it without the help of those who care about us.”
We are privileged to have the opportunity to give back to the communities we serve by supporting several organizations, spanning a variety of causes. Law partners, associates and support staff are encouraged to initiate programs reflecting their own interests, contribute through charitable donations, participate on boards of not-for-profit organizations, and volunteer their time and skills for different causes.
Demas Law Group Sponsors the Following Organizations on a Continuous Basis:
- MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)
- The Green Apple Award Program
- Light the Night: Free Bike Light Distribution Campaign
Supporting the Community
Demas Law Group is offering a Scholarship to a graduating high school senior who has demonstrated a meaningful commitment to improving their local community.
We also make financial contributions to other local, national, and international organizations, such as the American Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, Ronald McDonald House, Sacramento’s Mustard Seed School, and St. John’s Shelter for Women and Children. You too, can be involved in Demas Law Group’s efforts to better the community!
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