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PHILANTHROPY

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The best thing to give to your enemy is forgiveness;
To an opponent, tolerance;
To a friend, your heart;
To your child, a good example;
To a father, deference;
To your mother, conduct that will make her proud of you;
To yourself, respect;
To all men, charity.

Francis Maitland Balfour

No person was ever honored for what he received;
Honor has been the reward for what he gave.

Calvin Coolidge

Crimson Law Group engages in philanthropic work throughout California. In particular, Crimson Law Group respects the role that education plays in our great country.  In order to assist the hard-working educators of our public school system, Crimson Law Group donates to various school systems throughout California. Some of Crimson Law Group's philanthropic work is identified below:

Crimson Law Group donates art supplies to a high poverty school in Southern California

“Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you from the bottom of my heart.  This is such a nice thing that you are doing to help the children.  You should feel good in your heart.  Together we are working to create a community of students who will hopefully be this kind when they are in your situation in the future.  As a teacher, I really appreciate your donation because it is so difficult just to get a ream of paper right now.  Therefore, it means a lot to me that people agree with me about the importance of painting in kindergarten.  I cannot describe all the ways that the students will benefit from your generous donation.  But just wait until I tell them about it.  Imagine a classroom full of 5-year olds clapping and shouting yeah!!! This is because of what you have done.” Ms. N.

Crimson Law Group donates flash drives to a low income magnet school in Southern California

"My students and I are very thankful for your generous donation. My students will be very excited when they get to use their flash drives. Their flash drives will give them the opportunity to become more familiar with technology, which they need to become successful students. Once again, thank you for your kindness." Ms. M.

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