Giving Back to the Local Community
Personal Injury Attorneys Serving the Hawaiian Community
Leavitt Yamane & Soldner gives back to the community by participating
in charitable activities that improve the health and well-being of our
neighbors and make our community a safer place to live and raise families—activities
such as food drives and charitable walks to raise awareness of drunk driving.
We are proud of our home and the generous spirit of the people of Hawaii
in helping others. Our civic engagement reflects our respect for the Hawaiian
laulima, the idea of many hands working together to overcome challenges and achieve
a worthy goal. As a legal team, we know that success involves people working
together, and we are always ready to lend a hand to help those in need.
Partnering with the Hawaii Foodbank to Feed Those in Need
The mission statement of the
Hawaii Foodbank states, “The people of Hawaii are one ohana.” Leavitt, Yamane
& Soldner joined with the Hawaii Foodbank in 2015 in furthering its
mission of providing food so that no one in our island family goes hungry.
Leavitt, Yamane and Soldner donated nearly $14,000 and more than 800 food
items to the 2015 food drive. The Foodbank acts as a connection joining
food donors, charitable agencies and people in need. The Foodbank network
includes four food banks: the Hawaii Foodbank on Oahu, the Food Basket
on the Big Island, the Maui Foodbank and the Hawaii Foodbank—Kauai
Branch. Mahalo to the many participants who helped make the food drive
Walk Like MADD
As personal injury attorneys who represent families devastated by alcohol-related
accidents, we understand the harm that drunk driving causes in Hawaii.
We are committed to eliminating drunk driving from the roads of Hawaii.
Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner participated as a corporate sponsor and
as walkers in the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Hawaii 4th annual
Walk Like MADD fundraiser at Ala Moana Center. The event brought together more than 500
participants and raised more than $50,000 to help eliminate drunk driving
and support victims and survivors of accidents caused by drunk drivers.
The Honolulu walk is one of more than a hundred similar events across
the nation to raise money for MADD’s mission to eliminate drunk
driving. We were proud to walk alongside those who are learning how to
walk again after sustaining serious injuries in accidents caused by drunk
drivers. Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner, a contributing sponsor, and two
other contributing sponsors were recognized for raising more than $9,500
for MADD Hawaii and helping make our island roadways safer for residents
Big Brothers Big Sister Bowling Fundraiser
Big Brothers Big Sisters is the nation’s premier youth mentoring
program that matches adult volunteers in one-on-one relationships with
children ages 8 to 18 who are facing adversity and need positive adult
role models. Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner was privileged to be a Bowling
Ball level sponsor of the
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Honolulu Bowl for Kids’ Sake Fundraiser in August. The event attracted 1,500
bowlers and helped Big Brothers, Big Sisters raise more than $250,000
to support its mentoring programs.
Community giving is important to us. Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner has
a long record of helping people in Honolulu and the Neighbor Islands of
Hawaii. For more than 40 years, we have been making a difference in the
lives of accident victims and their families throughout Hawaii. To learn
how we can help you, call or
contact us online to schedule a free consultation with a Honolulu personal injury lawyer.