Foley & Lardner LLP recently sponsored the Home of Hope Annual Gala that took place on October 9, 2021. In addition to supporting Home of Hope’s fundraising efforts, the firm provides pro bono counsel to the organization. Additionally, Louis Lehot, a partner in Foley’s Silicon Valley office, recently joined Home of Hope’s advisory board.
Home of Hope has brought tremendous change to the quality of life in over 100,000 of India’s youth, with a mission to provide support and educational opportunities to empower disadvantaged and underprivileged youth to become self-sustaining adults of tomorrow. The organization funds necessary resources and access to education, mental health, computer skills, vocational training, and sports programs. These opportunities make a significant difference in uplifting the lives of mentally and physically handicapped, orphaned, and abandoned children, making them self-sustaining members of society.
“Home of Hope’s programs are uplifting disenfranchised populations in meaningful ways. By supporting the organization’s mission and programs, the business, technology and entrepreneur community of the San Francisco Bay Area is having an undiluted and direct impact,” said Lehot. “Foley is proud to be a part of this organization that is changing the lives of so many young individuals.”
More information on Home of Hope can be found here.
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