Fourteenth Annual Valentine’s Run – 2017
The roads were dry and clear for the 14th annual Valentine Run, which took place on Saturday, February 11th in Sacramento. Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora sponsors and participates in this fun event benefiting Legal Services of Northern California. Awards were given for best wheelchair time, as well as for running times and for best-dressed runner.
Through programs and advocacy, Legal Services of Northern California supports over 500,000 people in two dozen counties of Northern California, helping the poor find justice and stability and challenging the causes and effects of poverty in our communities.
The Giving Tree – 2016
Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora, LLP, is proud to participate in “The Giving Tree” which is sponsored by the Sacramento County Bar Association – SCBA. The gifts collected from the firm are on their way to the Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento for children in need who have been removed from high risk environments.
Run To Feed the Hungry – 2016
The firm had a blast at the 2016 Run To Feed The Hungry on Thanksgiving morning. It was a cold but tremendous event and a great way to start our Thanksgiving Day. We continue to receive tremendous support from not only the legal community, but also from friends and family that enjoy being a part of this wonderful event. In just a few weeks, our team of 82 members was able to raise over $17,000 for the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services and combined with our sponsorship contributed nearly $40,000 to this worthy organization. Thank you Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services for the work you do to serve the less fortunate in our community every day, and it was great to see our community come together and celebrate at the largest Thanksgiving Day run in the United States!
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer – October 2015
Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora joined the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer for their Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Sacramento, CA event on Sunday, October 19th. In addition to sending out a team of employees and their families to join the 20,000 others walking to raise awareness, our team raised $1,400 towards the overall $372,889 raised by the Sacramento event. Donations help advance groundbreaking breast cancer research, provide patients with 24/7 hotline support, help early detection and prevention, and so much more. This event is over, but you can still learn more and donate at www.cancer.org.
St. John’s Program for Real Change – August 2015
Saint John’s is a local organization whose Program for Real Change takes women from homelessness and teaches them life skills necessary to become self-sustaining. The Program provides mental health services, parenting education, career education, and on-the-job training. Through the firm’s community service program, Doing Well by Doing Good, we have established and work to grow a community partnership with St. John’s. Currently, we volunteer to help prepare and serve evening meals to the residents twice a month. Our firm also co-sponsors the Program’s Annual Dinner for Change, a fundraising event that helps raise awareness and necessary funds for the Program.
Find out how you can get involved here
Walk Like MADD – September 2015
DBBWC was proud to co-sponsor and participate in this year’s Sacramento Walk like MADD event at the State Capital on September 12th. It was a phenomenal opportunity to help increase community awareness about a problem that has touched the lives of so many people. Walk Like MADD is MADD’s signature fundraising event to help raise both awareness and funds to eliminate drunk driving. If you weren’t able to participate this year, sign up to get involved and we’ll notify you before next year’s event!
Special Olympics – May 2015
This May, the firm volunteered to help put on the Special Olympics Track & Field event as part of our Community Service Initiative, Do Well by Doing Good. It was a beautiful day at Woodcreek High School, and the firm provided the volunteers to run the shot put event. The athletes did an amazing competitive job, and it was a gratifying experience for the volunteers from our firm. If you would like to volunteer for the Special Olympics, you can either contact the event host directly at [email protected], or contact Jonathan Hayes of our office. He will coordinate future volunteer opportunities with the Special Olympics of Northern California.
Run to Feed the Hungry – November 2014
The DBBWC team participated in the 2014 Run To Feed The Hungry over Thanksgiving weekend. Run to Feed the Hungry is owned by Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services and all net profits directly benefit the organization. The costs associated with putting on this event are kept low as a result of the generous sponsors, contributions of goods and services and through the incredible volunteer efforts of the community! This Sacramento tradition, now celebrating over 28,500 participants, is not only the largest run in Sacramento but also the largest Thanksgiving Day fun run in the country!
You can find out more about how to help at http://www.sacramentofoodbank.org/