McManis Faulkner supports professional, community and civic organizations through active participation, donations and sponsorship. We are committed to working with organizations that advance education, promote advocacy and encourage growth.

Our attorneys and professional staff contribute time and resources to:

Adopt-A-Family Holiday Giving Program / Bill Wilson Center
Serves Santa Clara County youth and family members through counseling, housing, education, and advocacy.
Asian Law Alliance (ALA)
Helps thousands of people to obtain decent housing, justice in the immigration process, and access to basic human and legal rights.
Berkeley Law
Fosters Berkeley Law’s tradition of educational excellence, strengthens the relationships among alumni, faculty and students and promotes the development of law school resources.

Boys and Girls Club of Santa Cruz County
Promotes youth guidance through educational, vocational, recreational, social and character development of girls and boys ages 6 to 18.  Their mission is to enable all young people, especially those who most need support, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Cupertino Educational Endowment Foundation (CEEF)
Supports outstanding public education for students in the Cupertino Union School District.  CEEF provides private philanthropy to bridge critical gaps in public education funding and enhance classroom education for the Cupertino Union School District.
Family Supportive Housing
Dedicated to providing shelter and supportive services to homeless families in Santa Clara County.
International Academy of Trial Lawyers (IATL)
Promotes reforms in the law, facilitates the Administration of Justice, promotes the Rule of Law internationally, and elevates the standards of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession.
Law Foundation of Silicon Valley
Provides free legal services to residents in need living in Santa Clara County.
Momentum for Mental Health
Works to reduce and eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness and mental health care, through a community relations program that promotes education, diversity, and collaboration. Programs includes out-patient services, employment services, day rehabilitation services, residential treatment, supported housing, and a volunteer program.
Northern California Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)
Promotes the free flow of information vital to a well-informed citizenry; works to inspire and educate current and future journalists through professional development; and protects First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech and press through its advocacy efforts.
San Jose Museum of Art
Provides access to exhibits of modern and contemporary art to all of Silicon Valley’s diverse populations and opens minds to new approaches in art interpretation.
Santa Clara County Legal Professional Association (SCCoLPA)
A nonprofit organization which seeks to enhance and further legal professionals’ knowledge of the law and its procedures.  SCCoLPA provides continuing education programs, statewide networking opportunities, and promotes a high standard of ethics.
Second Harvest Food Bank
Provides food to more than a quarter of a million people in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties every month, more than half of whom are children and seniors.
Stroke Awareness Foundation
Strives to improve community awareness and to prepare families and loved ones for what may be the devastating effects of stroke.
YWCA Silicon Valley
Empowers women, children and their families and works towards the elimination of racism, hatred and prejudice.



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