Once in a while we like to do a little bragging about what we feel is our commitment to give back to NE Florida, our home for more than 30 years.
New Year’s Eve and the July 4th holiday we picked up the tab for more than 750 cab rides to make the city of Jacksonville safe from drivers who may have overindulged. We don’t judge, we just help you get home safely.
Farah & Farah has given away dozens of free bicycle helmets to make sure your kids have properly fitted and fastened head gear that meets the federal safety standards.
We conducted two giveaways this year at the August 3, 2016 Downtown Art Walk and August 9th at Chick-Fil-A on Roosevelt Rd. Learn more at: www.keepjaxsafe.org.
Farah & Farah was honored to provide Christmas gifts to three seniors who were our representatives before the Jacksonville Bar Association this year. They had signed up on the Santa Wish List and Farah & Farah provided and delivered gifts that were included on their individual wish lists.
I’m a Star Foundation is a local non-profit organization that serves as a leadership and mentoring boot camp for students grades 6 through 12. The students are enrolled in Duval County Public Schools and I’m a Star empowers them to graduate high school and realize their potential.
Betty Burney is the founder of the foundation and the local woman is a motivational speaker and education consultant who has been a community leader for nearly 30 years in Jacksonville. Farah & Farah is proud to support I’m a Star Foundation and has supported many local efforts by the generous Ms. Burney throughout the years.
Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (JALA) helps those in need of legal assistance but have no money for a lawyer. Elderly individuals who have been taken advantage of by the unscrupulous, help in family matters when there is no budget to hire an attorney, or for those who are losing their homes, or for the disabled, these are some areas that JALA helps. https://www.jaxlegalaid.org/
We support JALA because we believe everyone must have access to the legal system, not just those who have enough money to get through the courtroom doors.
It’s a fundamental and an American right.
At Farah & Farah we take our community involvement very seriously. We feel we are indebted to our community because it supports all of our employees in the office and allows us to support our families.
It’s our moral obligation for us to give back to the community. That is truly the way we feel and we are honored to do so.