The attorneys and staff of Pitzer Snodgrass are active in the greater St. Louis community and are involved in a number of civic and not for profit activities and efforts. We are committed to serving the greater community good and to doing our part to help build a strong and vibrant region where people of all backgrounds can have an opportunity to succeed.
We sit on boards of directors for worthwhile organizations. We are engaged in the governance of local municipalities. We support established cultural institutions as well as services that provide support to those in need. Each month, a fund raising event is held within the firm to support worthy causes.
On May 25, 2017, Pitzer Snodgrass employees cooked dinner for the families at the Ronald McDonald House on West Pine in St. Louis, MO.
On January 18, 2017, Pitzer Snodgrass employees cooked dinner for the families at the Ronald McDonald House on West Pine in St. Louis, MO.
|In November, 2016, Pitzer Snodgrass’ food drive for the St. Louis Area Foodbank resulted in a donation of 175 pounds of food which will provide 143 meals to local families this Thanksgiving Season. The St. Louis Area Foodbank is a member food bank of Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization.|
|In October, 2016, Pitzer Snodgrass made a donation to St. Louis Children’s Hospital KIDstruction Week. KIDstruction helps St. Louis Children’s Hospital provide the best care for kids. Watch Luke ring the bell for being cancer free and find out more about KIDstruction.|
On September 22, 2016, Pitzer Snodgrass employees cooked dinner for the families at the Ronald McDonald House on West Pine in St. Louis, MO.
On April 15, 2016, Pitzer Snodgrass participated in the American Red Cross Heroes Breakfast. The signature event recognizes remarkable people from the St. Louis community who acted courageously out of the pure compassion of their heart. Proceeds allow the Red Cross to meet critical needs in the St. Louis area including aiding victims of disaster; support to military members, veterans, and their families; provide safe blood and blood products; reunite refugees and immigrants separated from loved ones abroad and train lifesavers in first aid, CPR and water safety .
Seated: Pete Dunne, Seth Gausnell, Robyn Fox and Jerry Simon
Standing: Bob Plunkert, Nick Meriage, Alyssa Calhoun, Tony Hafner
On October 24, 2015, Pitzer Snodgrass employees and family members participated in the Lake Louie project, a project sponsored by Operation Brightside to plant bulbs in the lake area by the Jefferson Avenue exit on Interstate 40.
The people of Pitzer Snodgrass proudly support the following organizations with our time, talents and gifts.
American Cancer Society
American Diabetes Association
American Heart Association
American Kidney Fund
American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund
Bethany Christian Services
Bible Study Fellowship
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Blues for Kids Foundation
Boy Scouts of America
Camp HIS Kids
Campus Crusade For Christ
Christian Legal Aid
City of Crystal Lake Park, Missouri – Alderman
CrossRoads Christian Counseling
Disabled American Veterans
Disabled Veterans Associations
Firefighters Association of Missouri
Foundation for Special Education
Gospel For Asia
Habitat for Humanity
Highland Animal Shelter
Humane Society of Missouri
Jubilee Development Corporation
Lake Lorraine Property Owners Association
Legal Services of Eastern Missouri
Lemay Housing Partnership, Inc.
Life Bridge Partnership
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
March of Dimes
Missouri Botanical Garden
| Missouri Police Officer’s Association
Missouri State Troopers Association
Motion for Kids
National Parks Conservation Association
Operation Bunny Hop sponsored by Association of Legal Administrators
Project Angel Tree
Rainbows For Kids
Red Shoe Society
Ronald McDonald House
Siteman Cancer Center
Small World Adoption Foundation of Missouri
St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf
St. Louis Animal Protection Agency
St. Louis Area Foodbank
St. Louis Children’s Hospital
St. Louis Fisher House
St. Louis Guardian Angels
St. Louis Science Center
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
St. Louis Zoo
Stray Rescue of St. Louis
The Ghana Project
United Way of Greater St. Louis
Wills for Heroes
Women’s Cancer Programs of Entertainment Industry Foundation
Youth With A Mission