September 2020: In Service of Our Community
Snellings Law has long been involved in serving others in their community. Both Scott and I participate in a number of different organizations in and around Frisco and Collin County. We do this because we love our community. We live, work, and have fun here. Why not give back to the place you love and call home? One of the core values of our law firm is to serve others and the community.
We didn’t make that up because we needed a core value. It was something we believe in and wanted to instill into the firm’s culture. We’re both on leadership boards for various organizations. For instance, I’m a part of Collin County Attorney Moms. It’s an organization dedicated to networking, continuing education, and social support for attorney moms in the area. As a mom, the organization has been there for me in the past, and now I can be there for the organization and its members. Scott is currently serving as the Vice President for the Collin County Bar Association and a director on the Brain Injury Network of Dallas board.
This year, we’re doing even more to support local nonprofits such as the North Texas Food Bank. We all know people who have been impacted by the pandemic in some way. You may have family or friends who have been laid off, furloughed, or otherwise lost their job. You may find yourself in that situation. It’s a tough situation to face and hundreds of families, if not more, are dealing with this right now.
They’re asking for help from local nonprofits, like the North Texas Food Bank or Minnie’s Food Pantry. These organizations have been instrumental in keeping food on the tables of Texas families for years, and this year, they need all the help they can get to ensure they can keep doing what they do best…