The Orlando Business Journal has named Lowndes to its list of Central Florida Philanthropic Companies/Organizations for 2020. Lowndes was ranked No. 4 for volunteer hours and No. 13 for charitable contributions during 2019.
Each year, the Orlando Business Journal compiles a list of the most philanthropic companies in the area. In 2019, Lowndes contributed $220,000 in donations and provided 11,000 hours of pro bono and volunteer hours. More than 100 local and national nonprofits benefited from the firm’s philanthropic efforts, including the American Diabetes Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida, Heart of Florida United Way, Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, LIFT Orlando, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida and United Arts of Central Florida.
“Since Lowndes’ founding more than 50 years ago, community service has always been a core value of the firm,” said Lowndes President & CEO William T. Dymond, Jr.. “We are proud of our attorneys and staff for honoring Lowndes’ culture of service by devoting their time, talent and resources to organizations that are helping to enhance the quality of life for all within our community.”
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