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Posted on May 19, 2021

Thank you to the 371 attorney volunteers (as of May 22) who gave nonprofit clients pro bono advice! We could not have done it without you.

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To: Dan Brown
From: The Children’s Haven
Thank you for your help over the course of the last year. We greatly appreciate the time and effort invested by Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta especially your legal assistance in drafting financial policies and procedures. We are truly grateful for your expertise and guidance in finalizing our projects.

To: Veronica Davis, AT&T
From: Clubhouse Atlanta
Being a new organization, we feel strongly that a key component to our success will be your professional legal expertise as we continue to grow. Freddy and I truly thank you for the time you have allocated for our project. I am sure you are juggling a very busy schedule at AT&T. Your willingness to help us in our mission to serve adults living with mental illness is commendable.

To: Lillia Kim, Porsche Cars North America, Inc.
We are so pleased you were able to assist FODAC with reviewing our annual risk and compliance documents. With generous help from our pro bono partnership with you, we are able to continue to keep reach out to those in need with home medical equipment and keep people with disabilities moving.

To: Jason Bernstein, Barnes & Thornburg Law, Stewart Bohan, Turner
From: Development in Gardening
It is a tremendous gift to have informed guidance from you on this important issue. There are so many pitfalls to avoid and you made it approachable and prioritized.