We enjoy our role as involved corporate citizens and look for opportunities to give back to our community.
Our attorneys and staff play a major role in the nonprofit organizations in our community, volunteering their time and talents to make a positive difference in the lives of others. From Kids’ Chance of South Carolina to Sistercare, the South Carolina Philharmonic, and Historic Columbia, we’re giving back to make our community better.
Our team has also provided pro bono counsel for nonprofit organizations across the midlands. The firm was honored for its commitment to provide free legal advice and representation to people who cannot afford a lawyer. Visit our Pro Bono page to learn more about our commitment to serving the community.
Service and Leadership
Robinson Gray attorneys have a history of board service on organizations throughout the community. Below are some of the current roles held by our team members.
- Central Carolina Community Foundation board member — Beth Richardson
- Columbia Museum of Art board member — Beth Richardson
- Ezekiel Ministries (formerly Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Columbia) board member — Ben Gooding
- Kids’ Chance of South Carolina board member — Kelly Morrow
- Prisma Health Midlands Foundation board member — Michael Montgomery
- Sistercare board member — Jasmine Smith
- South Carolina Bluegrass and Traditional Music Association board member — Kerk Spong
- South Carolina Wildlife Federation board member — Ben Gooding
- Women’s Right and Empowerment Network (WREN) board member / Vice Chair — Beth Richardson
Check out other ways our attorneys have made an impact in the community here.