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.
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 30 years later he is still actively involved in the organization's leadership ranks and as a duty paramedic. 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.
Patti is President of the C. Wallace Stuard Corinthian Yacht Club of Cape May Sailing Foundation, which provides scholarships and sailing lessons. 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 15 years later, he holds the rank of Captain. Read more.
Greg volunteers with Advancing Civics Education through the Philadelphia Bar Association. A highlight is an annual year-end field trip with his students to the Criminal Justice Center to observe morning hearings. Read more.
Beyond Chris' own experience to assist the Board of Directors of the Camden Center for Law and Social Justice, he learned about immigration law and current immigration issues. Read more.
Tim met the founder of Aaron’s Presents in 2018. Her passion, as well as the organization's mission to shape how youth engage with their communities, captured him. He now serves on the organization's Board of Directors. Read more.
Andrew wanted to serve the community and reached out to a longtime friend to assist in an organization called The Breathing Room Foundation. Read more.