The Bertini Law Firm is committed to helping others and giving back. Below is a partial list of organizations we have recently supported. We only share this information in the hope that you consider supporting these organizations as well.
Through service-oriented cycling trips, Bike & Build benefits affordable housing and empowers young adults for a lifetime of service and civic engagement. Bike & Build envisions future generations who are committed to a lifetime of civic engagement and who inspire individuals and communities to create fair, decent housing for all Americans.
By contributing to MOCA's Annual Campaign, your tax-deductible donation supports our exhibitions, art education programs, community outreach and more. As a 501c-3 non-profit organization, we rely on community support from donors like you.
The Center for Reproductive Rights uses the law to advance reproductive freedom as a fundamental human right that all governments are legally obligated to protect, respect, and fulfill.
Since 1981, the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore, a member of Feeding America™ and the Federation of Virginia Food Banks, has been providing food for hungry people throughout Southeastern Virginia and on the Eastern Shore.
Your support is critical in helping families fight poverty. Click here to make an online donation today and let your gift make a significant impact in the lives of those who urgently need it.
A child's first five years are the key to the rest of their lives — it's when the foundation for future development is set. That's why ChildFund works to strengthen families and communities to meet children's needs and rights from the beginning and throughout their lives: education, health, nutrition, safety, employability and more.
The Union Mission Ministries has remained true to its original purpose of caring for the least and the lost since 1892.
Over twenty years ago ForKids was founded by local citizens to shelter families in the Ocean View neighborhood of Norfolk. After opening Haven House as a 30-day emergency shelter those same citizens quickly found that short-term shelter was not an adequate solution for family homelessness and they embarked upon a new mission to “break the cycle of family homelessness.”
Hans and Sophie Scholl, young and idealistic German students, were appalled by what was happening around them in 1943. They formed a resistance group called “The White Rose,” and heroically protested the policies and actions of the Nazi regime. Hans, his sister Sophie, and many of the students and teachers who made up the group were eventually arrested and executed. The Tidewater Jewish community honors their memory with the White Rose Project, which annually gives educational materials about the Holocaust to all schools in Hampton Roads and many military installations.
Founded in 2008 by the National Employment Lawyers Association, The Institute's mission is to advocate for employee rights by advancing equality and justice in the American workplace.