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Community Involvement

Connors & Ferris and our people emphasize our commitment to New York City and Western New York’s injured workers and people with disabilities through extensive participation in the communities where we live.

The attorneys at Connors & Ferris have served in local government and on Boards of Directors for charitable institutions and institutions of learning. Our people participate in, donate to, and support local youth sports throughout NYC and WNY. Many of these commitments are highlighted in the attorney biographies, and here is a brief list of just some of the charities and not-for-profit organizations that Connors & Ferris supports –

  • National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
  • Hunter’s Hope Foundation
  • National Kidney Foundation
  • MS Foundation
  • Veterans Outreach Center
  • USO
  • American Cancer Society
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Kelly for Kids Foundation
  • Geva Theatre
  • Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • High School Football
  • High School Basketball

About the Hunter’s Hope Foundation

The Hunter’s Hope Foundation was established in 1997 by Jim Kelly – Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame Quarterback – and his wife Jill, after their infant son Hunter (2/14/97—8/5/05) was diagnosed with Krabbe Leukodystrophy, an inherited fatal nervous system disease.

While Jim and Jill have been blessed with the opportunity to share Hunter’s story and the hope of the Foundation named after their son all over the world, their greatest passion is to bring encouragement and hope to families in the midst of suffering.

Find out more about Hunter’s Hope and its mission to fund research for better treatments and ultimately a cure for Krabbe and other Leukodystrophies, to increase newborn screening standards at both state and federal levels, and provide care programs to the over 700 families the Foundation is proud to serve by visiting their website (www.huntershope.org).

About the Donate Life

Today in the United States, there are more than 113,000 men, women and children on an organ transplant waiting list. Nearly 9,000 are waiting in New York State, with almost 600 from our region alone.

The Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network (FLDRN) is a not-for-profit organ donor program that coordinates organ and tissue donations in New York State’s Finger Lakes, Central and Upstate regions. This organization serves as the critical link between patients awaiting life-saving and life-changing organ and tissue transplants and donors who give the gift of life through organ donation.

To learn more or join the New York State Donate Life Registry visit, donatelife.ny.gov.

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