Assiff Law Office knows the importance of supporting the community and those in need, not only through monetary contributions but actual time, effort and energy, such as our annual Edmonton Food Bank Day.
Nore Aldein (Norm) Assiff says: “It is my belief that it is always better to give charity quietly, but if you give openly as well, it is also good, especially if it encourages others to do so. This is how I was brought up and I am thankful that our entire team has the same vision. It is amazing how giving comes to you. The more you give, the more you receive. We encourage everyone to support these and other charitable organizations, many of which our clients have used. Below are some of the organizations and charities we have supported throughout the years, not just monetarily, but through time, effort and heart. We strongly encourage anyone reading this to do the same. Thank you.”
Some of the Charities / Foundations we support
Awards & Community Recognition
Assiff Law in the Community
While there is no season to do good and demonstrate our generosity, the holidays remind us to be charitable. For instance, the Assiff Law team contributed to the Edmonton Food Bank drive this month.
We are truly humbled and honoured about this recognition, as Best Lawyers remains the gold standard of reliability and integrity in lawyer ratings.
MADD Canada was formed in 1989 to create a national network working to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime.
My charity of choice is the Food for Thought program for school children in need across the city of Edmonton. The schools identify students that have no breakfast or have little or no lunch, so that Food For Thought can them provide with nutritious, whole food so that they can focus on learning.
Last Saturday, the Assiff Law Office team participated in the Edmonton edition of Color Me Rad, a festive 5-kilometre run.
Jumpstart provides low-income families with money to put towards enrolling children in sports and other activities that they might otherwise be unable to access.