The Whitley Law Firm is committed to giving back to our community. In partnership with WRAL, Whitley Law Firm will be donating $2,000 each month to a local charity. These donations greatly help our local community with needs from housing, food security, education, and more.
“Part of our Mission Statement for the Whitley Law Firm is to serve our community,” said attorney and partner Ben Whitley. “Since our founding by Bob Whitley, we have all been taught here to give back to the community that we live and work in. We partnered with WRAL to find a way to amplify our call to service and bring awareness to some charities that get less publicity and to those larger ones that folks can be reminded of.”
Check back throughout the year to see additional charities we are donating to.
Animal Protection Society of Durham ensures each animal that arrives is given the care it deserves until it finds its forever home.
For more than 20 years, SAFE Haven for Cats has been championing cat welfare within the Triangle area. Its programs offer significant value to the community, while also humanely saving the lives of thousands of cats and finding them forever homes.
As the region’s leading nonprofit, the YMCA of the Triangle builds strong communities by providing opportunities for all.
Raleigh Little Theatre provides programming and education, the organization creates opportunities for entertainment and a valuable creative outlet for its patrons and participants.
Through Special Olympics North Carolina’s many programs, athletes of all abilities have a platform that empowers them to see what’s possible.
Hope For The Warriors is a nonprofit dedicated to providing support for service members, veterans, and military families in North Carolina and beyond. Founded in 2006 by military families, the organization provides a much-needed voice for those who have bravely served our country.
Easterseals UCP’s (ESUCP) purpose is to provide meaningful and exceptional services to people living with disabilities, mental illness, and addiction so that children, adults, and families can live, learn, work and play in their communities.
March is Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month. The Bleeding Disorders Foundation of North Carolina (BDFNC) provides educational services, monthly support groups, and advocacy programs to ensure access to medications and treatment to those with bleeding disorders.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, every 45 minutes in the US, a life is lost in a drunk-driving crash. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) works to create a future where there are no more victims of impaired driving through education, prevention, support for victims and their families affected by drunk driving, and advocacy for stronger laws.
Every year, nearly 10 million pets are lost across the US, often relying on rescues to reconnect them with their families, find them a forever home, or provide essential medical care. Through this work, organizations like the Wake County Animal Center work tirelessly with community partners to take in stray, abandoned, and surrendered pets in Wake County and create a humane environment for all pets and people who call Wake County home.
The Salvation Army fulfills a number of different roles for those in need. From operating the largest family shelter in Wake County to a thrift store that carries a range of clothes and household items, the local chapter of The Salvation Army provides critical support to our community in many different ways.
No Kid Hungry NC partners with North Carolina schools and other organizations to provide children with healthy, nutritious meals. The organization is active year-round, connecting healthy meals with the kids who need them during the school day, after school, and during the summer.
The Susan G. Komen foundation provides support and resources to those affected by breast cancer (both patients and their families), as well as funding projects to find a cure. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Whitley Law Firm is proud to partner with Susan G. Komen in its mission to advance the cause of breast cancer awareness, research, and treatment.
Diamante Arts and Cultural Center – the oldest Latino/Hispanic Arts and Culture organization in North Carolina – is dedicated to the preservation, development, and promotion of the culture, heritage, and artistic expressions of the diverse Latino/Hispanic community of North Carolina.
The Boys & Girls Club’s mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
The Green Chair Project reuses furnishings donated by our community to help our neighbors in need facing the challenges of homelessness, crisis, and disaster.