Kisling, Nestico & Redick earned their reputation as a law firm by fighting hard for their clients, clients who’ve been injured and in need of help. Not just to get them restitution but to allow for peace of mind during their recovery. Helping victims when they’re at their most vulnerable is only one way this firm strives to help Ohioans.
KNR Cares About Kids is one of their charitable initiatives. It’s partly an information campaign, promoting safety to children and young people, like the dangers of texting and driving and basic bicycle safety. But they’re perhaps best known for their commitment to children from disadvantaged areas of the state, many suffering from hunger, lack of clothes, and a shortage of everyday supplies. They’ve addressed these needs by making food available at schools, giving young people the chance to select clothes and school supplies they would otherwise not have, and raising funds for local food pantries.
By helping the young people of Ohio, Kisling, Nestico & Redick hopes to make generational changes to shift the impact of poverty and need in this state. And sometimes that requires being engaged in wider charity projects that spread out their resources. More than 40 people from the firm took part in the Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump last year, raising $30,000 for local charities, bringing their collection over the last six years to more than $138,000. The funds went to the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank.
About Kisling, Nestico & Redick:
Kisling, Nestico & Redick is an Ohio law firm focused on representing clients who’ve suffered a personal injury. Their reputation as one of the best among other personal injury firms throughout their home state comes as a result of their personable approach to each client, up-to-date knowledge about the inner workings of the insurance industry, and centuries of combined legal experience. Since starting out as a humble firm, it’s now grown to over 10 locations, placing 39 lawyers and a support staff of 130 in all corners of the state.
Akron, Ohio, is the home of the main Kisling, Nestico & Redick (KNR) office. This is a legal firm that has eight locations in Ohio so that they can serve everyone in the state. They are a personal injury firm. Many of the cases they take on involve car accidents but they also handle other types of personal injury cases like workers’s comp, dog bites, work injuries, dangerous drugs, and premises liability.
In order to best serve their clients the Kisling, Nestico & Redick team are available 24/7. If a person is unable to stop by one of their locations a lawyer from this firm will go to them. This can be any time of the day or night, weekends included. They can go to the hospital after a person has suffered injuries, meet them at their home, or anywhere else the clients wants to meet.
Kisling, Nestico & Redick also has a great track record when it comes to supporting the Ohio community philanthropically. One of their most recent philanthropic acts was donating bags of food to Parma’s Greenbriar Middle School. They donated $1,200 worth of food to this school which has half of its students on free or reduced lunch.
They donated this food just before spring break. Rob Nestico, a founding partner of Kisling, Nestico & Redick, said that they didn’t want kids to have to worry about if they would have food to eat when they were out of school. The bags had items such as peanut butter, bread, mac & cheese, and fruit.
They also recently supported the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank. A group of Kisling, Nestico & Redick employees took part in the Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump. They raised $30,000 by hopping into a frigid lake, exceeding their goal of $25,000.
In a recent event organized by the Ubuntu Education Fund, more than six hundred and three Euros was contributed. The event was hosted by Andrew Rolfe in conjunction with Ubuntu Education Fund. The intent of this fundraising event organized in London was to raise money directed at helping children living in dire conditions in Africa. Some of the money contributed during this event is expected to be used in the improvement of the pediatric clinic in Port Elizabeth Campus.
The Ubuntu Education charitable event was attended by more than three hundred renowned philanthropists and socialites in London. Andrew Rolfe who is the current chairman of Ubuntu Education Fund welcomed all people in attendance. Through Xhosa chorals and moving speeches, it was evident that the society has the heart for disadvantaged people and is willing to help where possible.
Ubuntu Education Fund was established in 1999 with the aim of helping disadvantaged children. The priorities set for this company at its establishment include focusing on the availability of educational tools for disadvantaged children. As the organization expanded its operations, it realized there was a need to concentrate on other problems which affected the welfare of children such as hunger and HIV. These were some of the factors that limited the ability of disadvantaged children to pursue their education ambitions successfully.
At the moment, the organization serves over four hundred thousand disadvantaged people in Africa. It ensures that the education and health needs of these people are met. Some of the needs covered by this fund include the provision of home stability and provision of health. The fund has successfully ensured that disadvantaged people can as well live a normal life through input from such charitable organizations and well-wishers.
Andrew who has previously worked with several companies such as True Religion Apparel Inc. and J. Jill among others has served as a valuable asset to Ubuntu Education Fund. He is a leader who always seeks new ways of expanding opportunities to cover the disadvantaged children. Under the leadership of Andrew who possesses strong expansion skills and leadership capability, Ubuntu Education Fund is expected to achieve more developments.