Why I Care
White and Williams is a firm that values giving back to the community. Why I Care allows us to proudly recognize the philanthropic endeavors of our lawyers.
Daryn joined Philadelphia Futures as mentor to a teenager from an under-performing city high school. As it turns out, Daryn's mentee wasn't the only one to be inspired and humbled by the experience. Read more.
The Appalachia Service Project brings together volunteers to help repair homes for low-income families. John has been involved for more than 20 years, spending one week of his summers as an adult ASP leader. Read more.
Dave volunteered with Narberth Ambulance to gain clinical medical experience. More than 31 years later he is still actively involved as a board member and duty paramedic. Read more.
Jason first learned about Youth Courts two years ago. Immediately, he knew that he needed to get involved and promote the program, so he started the Youth Court Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association. Read more.
The death of a soldier-parent reduces the likelihood a child will complete a college education. That's why John helped start Grateful Nation Montana in 2007. Read more.
Marc and his wife have always loved working with rescue animals. He has been volunteering at the LaMancha Animal Rescue for more than five years. Read more.
Nancy volunteers with the Women's Classic 5K, the largest all-female 5k in Pennsylvania, supporting women's health and fitness in the Lehigh Valley. Read more.
After finishing law school, Geoff found himself in a position where he could use his talents to support a cause important to him. Because of his long history with and great respect for Scouting, the decision as to which cause to choose was an easy one. Read more.
When Chris saw a sign at his hometown's fire station seeking volunteer firefighters, he decided there was no time like the present. More than ten years later, he holds the rank of Captain. Read more.
Eric first began volunteering with HSUS while in college. He has continued his commitment to animal rights, working with the organization through law school and now as a Deputy District Leader. Read more.