Attorneys have an enormous impact on individuals, communities and countries. The Nomberg Law Firm is grateful to serve alongside so many friends and neighbors as we work to seek justice, care for those in need and work for the good of our city and many people we may never meet. The Nomberg Law Firm takes great pride and responsibility to do our part in giving back to our community. We believe in helping people both in and out of the courtroom. On this page you will find some of the community projects and involvement we take part in.
North Central Alabama – Susan G. Komen Race for The Cure. Annually in downtown Birmingham. We partner with Team Kate has Hope to raise funds for this most worthy cause.
True Vine International Church for M25Alive, a monthly food distribution, in Homewood, Alabama.
Relay for Life annual fundraiser at Birmingham Southern College.
We are an annual supporter of the Heart Gallery Alabama Classic. Heart Gallery is a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding forever families for children in Alabama’s foster care system by raising awareness and educating the public.
Annual donation of gloves, knitted hats and fleece blankets to local area shelters.
Joel has volunteered for years with the Baldwin County Veterans Court. This programs provides legal and life advice to Veterans in south Alabama.
Bernard and David frequently speak at seminars and programs around the State. During the past two years, Bernard has also spoken to students on the Dangers of Driving While Distracted.
We have donated 760 bike helmets to area children since 2013. These helmets serve a dual purpose; they can be worn in the event of life-threatening storms, and they can be worn for their intended purpose, when the children ride their bicycles and scooters.
The Firm donates annually to Team Will, a fundraising effort in Huntsville for the March of Dimes spearheaded by our friend and fellow lawyer, Morris Lilienthal.
BackPack buddies, an afterschool program that provides food for young students.
The Firm and its lawyers have contributed both time and resources and have had leadership roles in the following organizations: The Literary Council of Central Alabama, Collat Jewish Family Services, University of Alabama Jefferson County Alumni Association, Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Organization, Alabama Civil Justice Foundation, Heart Gallery Alabama and the Birmingham Bar Association.
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