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Giving Back

Making a difference in our communities

From California to Connecticut, members of Team GS are happy to give of their time and talents in order to make a difference in the many communities we call home. Giving back means everything from sponsoring walk-a-thon teams to filling backpacks for school kids, sending cards and packages to U.S. troops and veterans, stocking food banks, and much more.

Hofstra Walk-a-thon

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Team Kindness

Team Kindness, our community outreach initiative, coordinates volunteer and fundraising efforts among attorneys and staff firmwide. The initiative has been instrumental in spurring Team GS to not only help out the communities we live and work in, but also to help out one another. Volunteers from offices across the GS footprint have benefited more than 90 non-profits and charitable organizations.


Charitable Efforts

  • A Brighter Path
  • A Gift for Teaching
  • A Soldier’s Child
  • Albert M. Greenfield Elementary
  • Alex’s Lemonade Stand
  • All Saints Food Pantry
  • Alpha Pregnancy Center
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Heart Association
  • American Red Cross
  • Animal Shelter Helpers
  • Art Services Inc.
  • Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter
  • Birthday Wishes
  • Boxes of Love
  • Boy Scouts
  • Buffalo Fire Department
  • Buffalo Food Bank
  • Buffalo Prep
  • Bunkers in Baghdad
  • Carly’s Club
  • Chapman Partnership
  • Chicago Food Depository
  • Child & Family Services
  • City Harvest
  • City Mission
  • Communities that Care
  • Community Foodbank of New Jersey
  • Cornerstone Manor
  • Crossroads House
  • East Ward Elementary School
  • Everglades Angels Dog Rescue
  • Every Happy Baby
  • Families Forward Philadelphia
  • Family Guidance Center
  • Family Help Center
  • Feedmore Western New York
  • Gay & Lesbian Youth Services
  • Gia’s Dream Chest
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hands on Hartford Soup Kitchen
  • Hearts for the Homeless
  • Helping Hearts Heal
  • Hillside Community Food Bank
  • HomeFront
  • HorseFriends Therapeutic Riding Program
  • Huntington’s Disease Research
  • Hurricane Harvey Relief
  • John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital
  • Kevin Guest House
  • KidSmart
  • Little Smiles Western New York
  • Long Island Cares
  • Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Park
  • Matt Urban Hope Center
  • Mercy for America’s Children
  • Mesa View Middle School
  • Miracle League
  • National Alliance of Mental Health
  • National School Lunch Program
  • New Jersey Children’s Alliance
  • New York Bully Crew
  • NJ Cares
  • Northmore Elementary
  • Open Door Mission
  • Operation Gratitude
  • Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
  • Plant A Row for the Hungry
  • PS 54 Dr. George E. Blackman School of Excellence
  • Raleigh Food Bank
  • Riverside Drive Benefits
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Roswell Park Cancer Institute
  • Saint Peter’s Church
  • Sanctuary for Families
  • Sanctuary House
  • Sarah Neuman Nursing Home
  • Sensational Fun Inc.
  • Seymour Elementary School
  • Sisters Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Slackwood Elementary
  • Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • South Park Inn
  • Special Olympics
  • Special Olympics Illinois
  • St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center
  • St. John’s Soup Kitchen
  • St. Louis Children’s Hospital
  • Syracuse Pit Crew
  • The Broomall Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
  • The Endometriosis Foundation of America
  • The Felix Organization
  • The Harry Chapin Food Bank
  • The Midnight Mission
  • Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK)
  • US War Dog Association

Bunkers in Baghdad

Bunkers in Baghdad

Bunkers in Baghdad, Inc. is a nonprofit charity founded and managed by Goldberg Segalla partner Joseph M. Hanna. This unique organization helps our troops by collecting and sending new and used golf balls, clubs, and equipment to wounded warriors programs around the country to aid in the rehabilitation of our injured veterans. The charity has even established a very rewarding “Bunkers Buddies” program for schoolchildren across the country, with children packing and shipping boxed filled with balls, cards and letters they write to the soldiers. Since its inception in 2008, Bunkers has collected and shipped out several million golf balls and more than one million golf clubs, with more arriving daily.