Fenwick and its people have a longstanding commitment to giving back to the communities where we live and work through pro bono legal services, community service and charitable giving. This legacy continues today through the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility program and the Fenwick Community Fund.
The Fenwick Community Fund launched in 2021 with a mission to promote collective giving to organizations advancing important societal issues such as access to justice, racial and economic equity, food security, disaster relief, and slowing climate change. With broad engagement by individuals across the firm, the Fund is committed to working with partner organizations to help build a more fair, just and healthy society.
The institutional spirit of giving is exemplified through various campaigns during the year. In November 2021, the Fund’s inaugural campaign raised $2.8 million over five days for the two-dozen select organizations.
We will continue to share highlights from the Fenwick community, as we use the Fund to strengthen our support for organizations building a better world.
- ACLU Foundation
- Brennan Center for Justice
- CASA of New Jersey
- Center for Reproductive Rights
- Environmental Defense Fund
- Equal Justice Initiative
- Equal Rights Advocates
- Fathering Together
- Food Lifeline
- Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY)
- Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence
- Habitat for Humanity
- Isles, Inc.
- Law Foundation of Silicon Valley
- Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights
- Magical Bridge Foundation
- Neighbors Together
- Planned Parenthood
- San Francisco-Marin Food Bank
- Second Harvest of Silicon Valley
- Start Small Think Big
“The Fenwick Community Fund further strengthens our culture of giving as we move forward with a shared purpose for building a better future together.”
Legal Notice and Donations
The Fenwick Community Fund is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity, federal tax ID no. 87-2487558. The Fund supports select organizations that are aligned with Fenwick’s Corporate Social Responsibility program and supported by the firm’s lawyers and business professionals. We are not accepting other unsolicited grant proposals at this time.