Pasadena Law Firm Launches Non-Profit Organization to Benefit Local Youth – Pasadena Now

A Pasadena-based law firm has started a non-profit charitable organization to support programs across the community in the areas of youth development and family well-being.

The nonprofit Lagerlof Cares will serve the Pasadena community by investing in local programs focused on supporting children and adolescents, including some of the programs that the Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena has started or is currently planning.

Lagerlof, LLP, a team of legal advisers who have served Pasadena for over 110 years, launched the nonprofit as a charitable extension that will focus on their corporate social responsibility and philanthropic initiatives.

“We have chosen to partner with the Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena because of their lasting impact on the youth of our community and their mission to enable children and youth to reach their full potential as productive, caring citizens. , healthy and responsible, ”Joshua said. Driskell, Lagerlof, Managing Partner of LLP.

“They serve over 2,000 children each year and we are delighted and proud to partner with an organization with such remarkable impact,” said Driskell.

In a statement, the company said it believes that as a prominent leader within the Pasadena community, it has a responsibility to give back to Pasadena residents beyond the boundaries of standard business practice. He added that they are determined to serve the local community in an impactful and meaningful way.

Lagerlof Cares is committed to helping build a stronger, more connected community by investing in local nonprofit programs dedicated to serving local youth and families through direct volunteering, charity events and corporate gifts “said Corey Castillo, Lagerlof, LLP COO. officer.

In one of their fundraising events this year, Lagerlof Cares will host their first golf tournament on October 25 at La Cañada Country Club. All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena.

To find out more about Lagerlof Cares and its upcoming event, visit

For more information, call (626)793-9400 or visit

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