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Each month, the Ohio Personal Injury Attorneys with the law firm of Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy assist a local charitable organization in raising funds to support their cause.
The firm’s March Charity of the Month is the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM). The organization was founded in April of 1920 under the premise that students of all types should have the opportunity to discover the wonders of music. Today, the group has hundreds of students touching on dozens of areas of study, including strings, brass, voice, and composition. The programs offered by the organization are considered to be world-class, with only seven other such independent music conservatories in the nation.
The organization is nonprofit though, and depends on public donations to continue supplying opportunities for young musicians. That is why throughout the month of March, the law firm of Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy will donate $2 for each new “like” we receive on our Facebook page. Others who wish to make larger donations are welcome to do so by visiting CIM’s website
Giving back to the community we serve is important to our team of attorneys here at Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy and we hope you will help the CIM this month. You can also stay up to date on our other charitable activities by regularly visiting our Community Involvement page on our website.
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