"I am very happy to be part of a team that allows me to give back to Greater Nashville’s growing community. The mission of Cole Law Group's Compass Program is to provide our attorneys and staff with opportunities to assist local charitable causes, events, and organizations through donations as well as contributions of our time. To stay up to date on Cole Law Group's charitable ventures, please follow us on Instagram at instagram.com/clgcompassprogram or revisit the CLG Compass Program page on our website at colelawgrouppc.com." - Jordan Pruitt, Assistant to the Founder
The attorneys and staff at Cole Law Group are proud to live and work in Greater Nashville, and we are grateful that many of you have chosen our firm to help you with your legal needs. We are deeply committed to this city and its surrounding communities and want to give back by becoming involved in local initiatives that focus on a wide range of causes and goals. Such a spirit of philanthropy and dedication, shared by everyone at CLG, led to the establishment in 2018 of Cole Law Group's Compass Program.
The purpose of the CLG Compass Program is to engage members of the firm in donating to non-profit organizations, fulfilling public service leadership roles, supporting fundraising efforts for those in need, and volunteering their time to assist various charitable organizations. Even though the CLG Compass Program is less than a year old, the enthusiasm and effort of our team is endless. And this is just the beginning!
Check out some of the great organizations that we have recently visited:Nashville Humane Association
The Nashville Humane Association, incorporated in 1946, is one of the oldest service organizations in Nashville. It is committed to protecting the well-being of animals in Davidson County by providing the following services:
- Pet Adoptions - Over 4,000 pets placed in homes each year
- Maintaining a Lost and Found database that has been successful in reuniting many pets with their owners
- A spay/neuter program for those who can't afford to have their pets altered in order to prevent pet overpopulation
- Community outreach within Davidson County that teaches proper pet care and the responsibilities of pet ownership.
Volunteers are needed to help NHA accomplish their mission. Click here to view volunteer opportunities.
"I was thrilled to spend a few hours at the Nashville Humane Association. Not only did I adopt my pet there a few years back, but I know the incredible work they continue to do on a weekly basis in our community. Their passion for animals paired with their incredibly high standards for pet care really does inspire me. I left that day smiling and smelling like puppies and have to say, I cannot wait to go back and volunteer soon!" - Jordan PruittLegal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands
The Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands, which provides free legal help to low-income and vulnerable people, is Tennessee's largest non-profit law firm. The organization consists of eight offices and thirty-two attorneys spread across forty-eight counties. LAS's legal counsel accepts civil cases that focus on the following five specific needs within our community: Employment matters; Health & Benefits issues; Housing matters; Consumer issues; and Family & Domestic Violence cases. They provide aid through self-help resources, walk-in clinics, staff lawyers, volunteer lawyers, and referrals to other free legal help. To learn more about this worthy organization, visit their website.
Jordan Pruitt and I delivered a donation to the Legal Aid Society from Cole Law Group as a small token of our appreciation for the work they do and the underserved communities they assist. - Attorney Andy GoldsteinThe Salvation Army of Middle Tennessee
The Salvation Army's motto is "Doing the Most Good," and they are "Doing Good in Nashville" very well. This provider of social services is the single largest organization of its kind within the United States. It partners with churches, charities, and other organizations to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of our community. The Salvation Army works 24/7 to support a range of programs that include: After school programs; Summer camp; Supportive housing; Disaster response; Emergency services assistance; and Life skills classes. If you wish to learn more, you can visit their Talk and Tour page by clicking here.
"Attorney Paul Tennison and I visited the location of Salvation Army Nashville in October and presented our first donation from Cole Law Group's Compass Program. We had a great visit with Harold and Misty and look forward to future events. Cheers!" - Jordan Pruitt