Since 1978 Stein Sperling has been an active participant in the communities we call home, providing legal services and community support to clients throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area. We are committed to lending financial support and encouraging employees’ participation in charitable organizations.
We provide eight hours PTO for employees who participate in a “Day of Service” on Martin Luther King Day. Stein Sperling also offers company-sponsored volunteer opportunities and supports employees who volunteer with nonprofits focused on their own philanthropic areas of interest.
Stein Sperling recognizes the importance of community leadership and encourages attorneys and staff to serve on the boards and committees of nonprofit organizations.
Below is a sampling of some of the many community service organizations and projects our attorneys and staff are involved in.
Adoptions Together builds healthy lifelong family connections for every child and advocates for continuous improvement of systems that promote the well being of children.
Business Leaders Fighting Hunger is a coalition of Montgomery County employers committed to doing their part to reduce hunger in our midst by aligning with the Food for Montgomery campaign and other county anti-hunger initiatives.
The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provides residential services and a wide range of programs to children, teens, and young adults with rare and serious diseases whose best hope for a diagnosis or treatment is an NIH clinical research study.
Community Reach of Montgomery County seeks to improve the quality of life for the most vulnerable Montgomery County residents by providing them with basic health and human services and advocating on their behalf, with the goal of helping them achieve and maintain self-sufficiency. In 2019 Stein Sperling was honored with their Community Partner Award recognizing the efforts of many of the firm’s staff in partnering with CMR throughout the year.
Hearts & Homes for Youth is a nonprofit dedicated to empowering youth who have experienced abuse, neglect, trauma, mental health issues, and homelessness to build brighter futures.
The Homeless Children’s Playtime Project cultivates resilience in children experiencing family homelessness by providing and expanding access to transformative play experiences in shelters.
Identity creates opportunities for Latino and other historically underserved youth to realize their highest potential and thrive.
Impact100 DC is an all-volunteer women’s philanthropic community dedicated to improving lives in the Greater Washington, D.C. area by collectively funding and transformational grants to local nonprofit organizations.
Montgomery County Family Justice Center Foundation works to strengthen the lives of families affected by domestic violence and break the cycle of violence in future generations.
Montgomery Housing Partnership serves more than 4,000 residents of Montgomery County and neighboring communities by providing more than 2,275 quality affordable homes.
Rainbow Place Shelter provides women emergency overnight shelter during the hypothermia season and assists them as they transition to a better quality of life.
Rockville Little Theatre is the oldest continuously operating live theatre in the Rockville area.
Shepherd’s Table improves the quality of life, creates a pathway towards self-sufficiency, and inspires hope for the most vulnerable experiencing food insecurity, homelessness and poverty.
Super H 5K benefits the Adaptive Sports Program at MedStar National Rehabilitation Network helping children and adults with physical disabilities to pursue healthy, active lifestyles through recreational and competitive sports.
Toys for Tots distributes toys to children whose parents are unable to buy them gifts for Christmas.
Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless endeavors to use the law to help make justice a reality for D.C. residents struggling with homelessness and poverty.