Kisling Nestico & Redick Help Kids Across Ohio Through Philanthropy

Ohio is the home of the personal injury law firm Kisling Nestico & Redick. Since 2005 they have been helping clients recover money after suffering a personal injury at someone else’s hands. They have 10 offices, about 40 attorneys, and 100 people in on their support team. They are one of Ohio’s leading personal injury law firms due to their customer service and extensive legal experience. They also have insider information on how the insurance firms operate when it comes to paying on claims.

At Kisling Nestico & Redick, they don’t stop at just representing their clients and representing their clients in settlements or courtrooms. They also feel a sense of duty for helping others in the community. They have been supporting low-income families across Ohio since the year they were founded. Most of their effort goes into supporting people, especially children, who are food insecure.

They recently got in contact with an Ohio school district director of family and community engagement in order to find out which school they should donate food to. The team at Kisling Nestico & Redick wanted to put their money to the best use by identifying a school with a lot of low-income families. They were pointed to Greenbriar Middle School because nearly half of the students qualify for the free or reduced-price lunch program.

Kisling Nestico & Redick spent $1,200 filling up 60 bags with groceries such as bread, fruit, cheese, and peanut butter. These bags went to kids who were going on spring break during which time they wouldn’t have access to food at school. This was part of the KNR Cares About Kids program.

They have also been raising money for the Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank since 2004. They do so by participating in the annual Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump. A team of Kisling Nestico & Redick attorney’s and staffers volunteered to take a plunge into a very cold lake. They raised about $30,000 which was enough money to provide 120,000 meals. The CEO and president of the food bank said that they are able to stretch each dollar into four meals.

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