Ana Prendergast was honored at the 28th Judicial District Bar luncheon for her pro bono work
Ana Prendergast was honored at this month’s bar luncheon for her pro bono work for clients of Pisgah Legal Services. Ana is one of the local nominees for the North Carolina Bar Association’s annual statewide Pro Bono Awards, along with other Asheville attorneys Evan DeWandler, John Noor and Kevin Radey. Ana was nominated for the NCBA’s 2016 William L. Thorp Pro Bono Service Award. The 28th Judicial District Bar and Pisgah Legal Services co-sponsored the nominations.
Ana was nominated for generously volunteering her time and services at no cost to help clients of Pisgah Legal Services with cases involving domestic violence and estate planning. Pisgah Legal Services works to provide legal assistance and advocacy to low-income people in Western North Carolina.
Brenda Coppede with a child at a Consider Haiti clinic in Montrouis
Earlier this month, Brenda Coppede traveled to Montrouis, Haiti as part of a Consider Haiti volunteer team that provided clinics for children in several Haitian communities.
Consider Haiti is a non-profit organization here in Asheville that has been working for over 15 years to promote the health and welfare of children in Haiti. The organization provides resources and support for grass roots efforts to create sustainable nutrition and medical support through its four core programs in Haiti.
Jim Siemens serves as Treasurer on the Consider Haiti board and has been on several trips with the group in recent years. Siemens Family Law Group is thankful to be involved with others in the Asheville community in Consider Haiti’s work. You can learn more about Consider Haiti at considerhaiti.org.