Category: Giving Back
On November 21, 2022, Perenich Law Injury Attorneys and its staff hosted their Third Annual Turkey Give Back at its Clearwater location. Country Side Caring Hands, a local nonprofit organization, was the firm's partner for the event. They picked up 300 turkeys from Publix and kept them frozen in their temperature-controlled box truck while the firm's staff handed them out[...]
Perenich Law Injury Attorneys to host 3rd Annual Turkey Give Back. We've partnered up with Country Side Caring hands to help families affected economically in our community. * Limit one turkey per family. When: Monday, November 21, 2022 - Starts 10 a.m. - Until the last turkey Where: Perenich Law Injury Attorneys Parking Lot 25749 U.S. Highway 19 N, Clearwater,[...]
PERENICH Law attended the U.S. Pro Women's Clay Court Championship at Innisbrook Golf Resort on Easter Weekend. The annual U.S. Pro Women's Clay Court Championships attracts some of the best professional female tennis players from around the world. This week-long event showcased world-class women's tennis, nightly live entertainment, food and drinks, and a social atmosphere that rivals some of the[...]
In honor of Florida's bicycle month (March), we had a Virtual Bike & Helmet Raffle. This was an effort to promote bicycle safety in our community. We gave away eight bicycles and 18 helmets. We had over 100 participants for this event. Check out out Facebook page to see the winners!
PERENICH LAW INJURY ATTORNEYS sponsored the USTA Men’s National Tennis Tournament at Innisbrook Resort. Players from 20 states plus Canada were here to battle it out. This tournament is one of three world-class events here this year.
PERENICH Law Injury Attorneys attended the 2022 Honor Ride. Founded in 2008, Project Hero is a groundbreaking, national non-profit organization dedicated to helping Veterans and First Responders affected by PTSD, TBI, and various injuries. The Honor Ride is a non-competitive cycling event where active service members, injured veterans, first responders, and the general public all get to ride together. Rides[...]
PERENICH Law Injury Attorneys participated in the 7th annual Wheelchairs 4 Kids Kimberly Knorr Memorial Celebrity Golf Tournament at Cypress Run Golf Club. Wheelchairs 4 Kids is a nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of children with physical disabilities by providing wheelchairs, home modifications, vehicle modifications, and other assistive equipment at no charge to families in need. Steve DeBerg (former[...]
PERENICH Law’ staff and attorneys delivered Honey Baked Ham dinners to all 8 Clearwater Fire Stations this morning! These first responders do so much for our community while working during Christmas! Thank you all for your service to our community! Merry Christmas!
Perenich Law delivered a box full of girl and boy toys to the Marine Toys for Tots during Christmas 2021.
On November 18, 2021, Team Perenich enjoyed a fun-filled night during the 50th Anniversary America concert at Ruth Eckerd Hall. Drinks, hors d'oeuvres, and laughs were plentiful! During the event, we collected donations for Countryside Cares Helping Hands. We have worked hand in hand with Countryside Cares to feed families during Thanksgiving. (more…)
From all of us at Perenich The Law Firm, we’d like to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and healthy New Year.
Every year, the tournament benefits the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The 4th Annual Mitchell Swayze Page tennis tournament successfully raised $16,000 this year. Congratulations to the committee who put on the event. (more…)
Perenich Law partnered with Countryside Cares Helping Hands for our 2nd annual turkey giveaway during the week of Thanksgiving. We gave away 300 turkeys to those in need. We are grateful to have helped so many residents of our community.
Perenich Law Injury Attorneys delivered breakfast to the ER and ICU nurses of AdventHealth in Tarpon Springs.
Perenich Law Injury Attorneys supported the 2021 4th Annual Mitchell Swayze Page Tennis Tournament, hosted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Swayze Page was 23 years old when he took his own life. He lost his battle with autistic-related disorders, depression and alcoholism. Swayze loved his family, the Dallas Cowboys, and playing tennis.