#MOLawyersHelp in January
Polsinelli’s Kansas City office recently sponsored the Black Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City’s new initiative to help provide resources to black-owned businesses and local students.
In mid-December, Polsinelli hosted a luncheon for the Black Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City, a not-for-profit corporation that promotes, sustains, and maintains economic progress for Black-owned businesses in the Kansas City area. During the luncheon, the Black Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City launched Stronger Together KC, a two-part economic development initiative.
We were honored to have the opportunity to host and sponsor the @BlackChamberKC and support its mission of assisting, promoting and supporting African Americans in achieving economic prosperity and economic independence.
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— Polsinelli (@Polsinelli) December 13, 2021
The first part, known as Close the Gap, will provide resources to Black-owned businesses in under-resourced communities. The second prong – Cyber to Schools – is a program that provides educational opportunities to K-12 students to compete for technology careers.
“Polsinelli is a proud sponsor and supporter of The Black Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City's mission of assisting, promoting and supporting African Americans in achieving economic prosperity and economic independence,” a January news release stated.
The Missouri Bar knows lawyers are committed to helping others through volunteering and pro bono work. Use #MOLawyersHelp to showcase the community service you or your firm provide throughout the year!
Today we honor the life & achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a leader of the civil rights movement. On this day of service, consider helping close the access to justice gap with opportunities found at https://t.co/m7jrHZTqaA or https://t.co/NC65PBMyvF. #MOLawyersHelp pic.twitter.com/o6ZUaJugZm
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