Part of our community
At Gonzalo Law, we value the opportunity to be an active part of our community. It has been our pleasure to provide volunteer services to organizations around the world and in the U.S. We have been honored to serve such organizations as Bread of the Mighty Food Bank, Girls Place, United Way, Gainesville Community Ministry, Created Gainesville, March of Dimes, The Child Advocacy Center, The Ginn Academy, Sira, The Word Church Teen Ministry, Keep Alachua County Beautiful, Haven Hospice, Peaceful Paths, and more. Through donations, pro bono services, and volunteer work, we do our part to uplift our community. We always remember that every person can make a difference.
Learn more about some of the community organizations that we serve
Because I said I Would
A primary core value at Gonzalo Law is to be reliable. As such we highly value the importance of follow through and keeping one’s promises. We do it every day for our clients, team members, and vendors. As such, we were thrilled to partner with an organization that helps individuals do exactly this. The organization is Because I Said I Would and they are based in Rocky River, Ohio.”Because I said I would” is a social movement and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the betterment of humanity through promises made and kept. They created the Promise Card to inspire others to keep their promises, but the movement has grown into something far greater than its origin. We love the impact they are having and are honored to provide legal services to their organization.
Mission Focused Corporate Training C12
C12 creates a framework that compels and equips Christian business leaders to achieve excellence through the power of peers. C12 helps CEOs and executives of growth-stage companies calibrate the entirety of their businesses through our signature 5-Point Alignment Matrix—continually evaluating and aligning revenue growth strategies, financial stewardship, cultural development, and operations within a framework of Business as a Ministry (BaaM). Their rigorous, interactive curriculum empowers C12 members to lean into challenges and leverage the opportunities of today’s marketplace. C12 isn’t simply a Christian business networking group. It’s an architected environment for transformation
Bread of the Mighty Food Bank Inc.
They collect, sort, store and distribute donated food and basic essentials to 170+ non-profit agency partners such as food pantries, churches, homeless shelters and other organizations who then distribute food in their communities to directly feed the hungry.
Girls Place, Inc.
At Girls Place, they empower girls to grow courageous, strong and self-sufficient. Girls Place girls become independent women who embrace diversity, express their ideas, rise above obstacles, enhance their communities, and lead those around them.
Gainesville Community Ministry Inc.
They provide emergency help and hope to families and individuals who are in crisis and lack the basic necessities of life.
Created Gainesville Inc.
The organization seeks to end sex trafficking and sexual exploitation in our community by stopping the demand, reaching the exploited, restoring lives, and reducing the supply. They believe our part in the global effort to end sex trafficking begins in our local communities. This includes changing our community culture to recognize the problem of sexual exploitation while providing holistic, sustainable care and support for those exploited.
The Child Advocacy Center Inc.
The Child Advocacy Center (CAC) in Gainesville provides a child-friendly, safe and supportive environment for abused and neglected children. The Center is a place where professionals – social workers, counselors, law enforcement officers, state attorneys, victim advocates, medical professionals and others – work as a team to coordinate investigations and interventions for each child abuse case. This collaboration expedites each child’s time in the legal system and ensures that children are not re-victimized by the system and that they and their families are provided the support and services needed.
The Ginn Academy Inc.
The Ginn Academy is the first and only all-male public high school in Cleveland, Ohio. Featured in the New York Times, it was founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 2007. The Ginn Academy has nearly a 100 percent promotion rate in grades 9-12 and its graduates have earned over $5 million in college scholarships.
Peaceful Paths Inc.
Peaceful Paths is the certified domestic violence center that serves survivors of domestic violence in Alachua, Bradford, and Union counties. Peaceful Paths provides a wide range of services including emergency shelter, 24-hour helpline, victim advocacy, children’s programming, economic empowerment education and support, crisis counseling and support groups, community awareness and intervention, and violence prevention programs.