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We value the relationships we’ve built with our neighbors, and we proudly support our Northeast Ohio community through sponsoring scholarship programs, hosting online fundraisers, and participating in charitable events.
At Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy, we’re dedicated to promoting a culture of giving, and we’ve been recognized by the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Foundation as regional leaders in community outreach and involvement.
Our shareholders also serve in leadership roles for various professional, civic, and religious organizations throughout the state.
Granting the wishes of children across Northeastern Ohio who have been diagnosed with critical illnesses.
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To celebrate the Cleveland Animal Protective League being our Charity Partner of the Month for October, we’re collaborating with them to hold a Halloween Pet Costume Contest!
August 2020 – As students in our community started a most unusual schoolyear, we wanted to show them our support. We gave 20 students a free Chromebook personal laptop, so they could be sure they had the tools they needed to succeed. Around 3,800 students across Ohio were nominated. We selected the 20 winners at random and announced them on our Facebook page.
Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy is proud of the new graduating class of Ohio high school students for all the hard work they’ve put in this year and how they’ve stayed strong despite the pandemic we’re facing. In honor of that, we’ve awarded $5,600 in prizes to 20 graduating high school seniors from across the state of Ohio.
We received over a thousand nominations from friends and family of graduating seniors! From those, four seniors were randomly selected to receive a $500 Amazon gift card as well as a $100 Uber Eats gift card, giving winners a chance to enjoy a take-out graduation dinner while supporting a local restaurant. An additional 16 seniors received $200 Uber Eats gift cards.
Congratulations to all the winners and the graduating class of 2020!
On Saturday, March 2, our law firm participated in a medical sort at the MedWish warehouse. We helped by sorting medical supplies by category to prepare for distribution. MedWish repurposes medical supplies that have been collected from area hospitals and then distributes them to developing countries.
It was truly a family walk at the annual Walk for Wishes at the Zoo. It was great to support Make-A-Wish and enjoy the zoo through the eyes of the younger members of our NPHM family!
On August 3rd, Nicole ran one of Cleveland’s newest and most unusual races: The Urbanobstacle Woo Who Foundation Run and Team Relay. Combine running through a unique 9-mile obstacle course with supporting the local breast cancer community, and you have an event that is sure to become a Cleveland tradition! Way to go Nicole!
Two of our very dedicated Nurenberg Paris family members weathered the heat and rain the first weekend of August volunteering for the MS Pedal to the Point ride. Thank you Dolly for making hundreds of sandwiches and Frank for being a great motorcycle escort!
We were excited to be a sponsor of The Epilepsy Associations’s 4th Annual Reverse Raffle. Eight members of our firm enjoyed dinner at Massimo da Milano and supported the raffle and sideboards. All were winners for supporting the cause!
The firm supported David Herman, one of our attorneys, by having a “jeans day” in honor of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. David agreed to be “arrested” in the MDA Lock-Up event. Everyone who wore jeans donated to MDA to help David raise his bail.
Ellen McCarthy, a member of the Board of Youth Challenge, participated in the annual scavenger hunt this past weekend. She tossed and hit tennis balls with the kids so they could hit a target and get their next clue in the scavenger hunt!
What a great weekend to volunteer for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation Ride for Kids! Nurenberg Paris volunteered yesterday morning to register hundreds of motorcyclists who came out to ride and raise money for childhood brain tumor research. Our very own David Paris participated in the ride with his wife, Michelle.
Nurenberg Paris was a participant and supporter of MedWish’s Band-Aid Bash. The event was hosted by MedWish, a nonprofit Cleveland-based organization, that repurposes medical supplies to save lives globally and conserve our environment.
We supported the West Geauga After Prom, chaired by our very own Tamara Brininger. She dedicated many hours during the past nine months and coordinated 16 committees for this grand event, which included more than 275 high school seniors and guests. We are proud she took on this roll to keep the high school students safe on prom night.
We sponsored the Komen Race for the Cure as a team and are proud to help support an event that raises funds and awareness for such an important cause.
We participated during a Habitat for Humanity home build and helped landscape a yard.
We helped out during the MS Pedal to the Point event, which raises funds and awareness for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, by setting up and unloading two semi-trucks full of bicyclists’ sleeping bags and luggage. Our own Frank Strack is a motorcycle escort, and one of our case managers made sandwiches for hundreds of the bicyclists who participated.
We are proud supporters of the Cleveland Baseball Federation and sponsor a baseball team every year.
Our law firm sponsored a gift card tree to support The Littlest Heroes, a nonprofit organization serving children with cancer and their families in Northeastern Ohio, during the holiday season.
Each year, we sponsor a family of someone who is struggling due to a severe medical condition. In the past, we have worked with the American Cancer Society, The Gathering Place, Metzenbaum Center, Ashley’s Hope, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and Believe In Dreams Foundation to accomplish this program.
In support of The Up Side of Downs and Down Syndrome Awareness month, Paralegal Tamara Brininger and her son, Tyler, volunteered at The Up Side of Downs family event at Patterson’s Fruit Farm.
Several of our law firm’s members participated in the annual MS Pedal to the Point event. This two-day, 150-mile bike ride helps raise funds and awareness for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and those affected by multiple sclerosis.
We were proud to support Youth Challenge’s annual 5k race. The event helped raise funds for the organization, which brings together children with physical disabilities and youth volunteers who enrich each other’s lives through one-on-one participation in adapted sports and recreational activities.
Our law firm sponsored the Kid’s Clinic at the Cleveland Racquet Club Men’s Invitational Tennis Tournament. This event gave youngsters a chance to get some great tips from the pros.
We were part of the 19th Annual Make-A-Wish Walk for Wishes at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. The event helped raise funds to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
One of our team members and her family are involved with The Epilepsy Association, and we were happy to help support the organization’s Reverse Raffle and raise funds for this important cause.
We helped sponsor the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Ride for Kids.The event promotes childhood brain tumor research and provides family support through free literature about brain tumors, educational newsletters, online conferences, and college scholarships.
As part of our ongoing community involvement, we participate in many charitable events and initiatives. Learn about some of our past events and initiatives, the NPHM Gives! program, and our efforts to grant wishes.
We are proud to support a number of civic and charitable organizations, including:
Since our group of attorneys largely comprises alumni from Cleveland’s two law schools—Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and Case Western Reserve University College of Law—we fund scholarship grants at each school that foster the development of local lawyers with ties to the region.
These scholarships are available to students demonstrating financial need who are in high academic standing.