Community Support in 2019
For over 50 years, the attorneys at Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice & Purtz has been actively involved in the communities where we live and work. We have proudly donated our time and resources for the benefit of many worthy organizations.
In September, we sponsored The Shape of Things Exhibit at the Alliance for the Arts, an abstract world of shapes in a thought-provoking exhibit of contemporary arts from intricate, color rich collages and acrylic paintings to graceful carved marble sculpture and silhouettes by artists Carve Stone and Pat Zalisko.
This month, Christopher Smith participated in career day at Bayshore Elementary School in North Fort Myers, with the firm donating 300 gift bags to students.
The firm also decided in late June to collect school supplies for students and teachers at Diplomat Elementary School in Cape Coral, and within a couple of weeks, the staff had collected a few hundred dollars of school supplies for teachers and students that were presented in August.