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Our team at Zanes Law represents victims of car accidents and knows how hard it can be to recover from one physically and emotionally. This year we are proud to offer a $1,000 scholarship to individuals who were involved in a car accident and endured the experience with a positive attitude despite the misfortune it may have caused. For more information on how to apply, please visit our scholarship page.
Zanes Law joined KOLD 13’s Share the Joy event, which is a monthly fundraiser for local Tucson nonprofits. Our team donated to Cody’s Friends, The Community Food Bank of South Arizona, and The Salvation Army of Tucson. To find out more and make a donation, visit our webpage.
Our Team at Zanes Law believes in staying relevant on all issues pertaining to business and law. As our society and technology are ever-changing, our perspective on ethics needs to adapt alongside it.
This year, we are proud to announce that we will be sponsoring the University of Arizona’s Executive Ethics Symposium. During this event, business leaders are invited to discuss trending ethical topics. Previous years have touched on mortgage issues and AI; however, this year we will be discussing the ethics behind big data. Specifically, how this data is used and the responsibilities associated with collection, user privacy, and the distribution of data.
The panel for this year has pulled a variety of stakeholders, including non-profits, academics, and corporations to thoughtfully and respectfully dive into ethical concerns around big data.
The Executive Ethics Symposium will take place on August 14, 2020, and is free of charge to attend; however, the Center of Leadership Ethics is always appreciative of anyone else looking to support research, education, and outreach activities to further this discussion on ethics. For more information on how to join this event and donate, please visit the University of Arizona’s page.
If you know anything about Zanes Law, you know that we do everything from A to Z to help our community. The holidays, in particular, fill us with all sorts of ideas about how we can bring the joys of the season to people everywhere, especially children. This year, we have a really good way of doing just that.
This holiday season, we are launching our first #ZanesitForward campaign, an effort to light up children’s faces with 18 days of gift-giving. The idea is simple—and simply wonderful.
We invite people everywhere to post an Amazon wish list on behalf of a child of your choosing. In the spirit of holiday giving, Zanes Law will fulfill up to three wish lists every day for 18 days, from December 4 to December 22. We will place a $50 daily limit per wish list, so we can include more kids in our gift-giving fun.
Equally fun and joyous, we invite you to check out the posted wish lists and purchase something off one of the lists—whatever moves you. Consider it not only a gift for a child in need, but also a gift to yourself. The feeling you will get just thinking of a child opening your gift might just be the best present you get all season long.
Be sure that you allow your address to be used so that Amazon can ship the gift(s) to you. To add an address to your wishlist, go to your list settings. Don’t worry about privacy, nobody can see your actual address. Please note that if you do not enable this option, you cannot be included in our random #ZanesitForward selection.
Happy Holidays From Zanes Law
All of us at Zanes Law want to wish you the happiest of holidays.
We hope you will participate in our 2019 #ZanesitForward event and help make it a happy holiday for some children who could use a smile this time of year.
2017 School Supply Giveaway Recipients!
We’re excited to announce the recipients of our 2017 7th Annual School Supply Giveaway for teachers!
The 450 teachers listed below will be joining us for an exciting morning on August 5th as they collect free school supplies to get their school year started.
Please note: All spots are full for this year
Teachers were chosen on a first come, first served basis. An email with an RSVP link was sent out to the following teachers with all of the details for this exciting event!
|Cheryl LeFaive Morales|
|Danielle Van Derlaske|
|Esther Del Valle|
|Lily Del Valle|
|Luisa Martinez Borbon|
|Marcia Zatarain de Cortina|
|Matt Van Derlaske|
|Michelle Voight Tolzman|
|Rose Anne Batac|
|Sylvia Aramburo Carreon|
|Tammy Jo Dublin|
|Tawney Leigh Petiti|
|Wendy (Gwendoline) Gutierrez|
We’re hosting a giveaway for Teacher Appreciation Week Giveaway in both Tucson, Arizona and Phoenix, Arizona!
Contest will run May 1st- May 5th!
Zanes Law, The Bill Holmes Legacy Fund, and Up With People!
The Top 3 Ways That We Were Able To Change Lives By Partnering With Up With People
My wife, Claudia, and I lost a wonderful friend named Bill Holmes on July 18, 2016. We were fortunate to have known Bill because he was a fantastic person who seemed to move through life with pure appreciation and gratitude. He was truly interested in having a positive impact on his world.
So in his honor we began to create a legacy for Bill by partnering with an organization named Up With People. Our goal was to create The Bill Holmes Legacy Fund, and as the presenting sponsor Zanes Law brought Up With People to Tucson as the foundation to raise almost $240,000 in scholarship monies in Honor of our friend.
This was an amazing experience for Claudia, myself, and our Zanes Law team. Below are the top three ways partnering with Up With People helped us to change lives.
This opportunity to give back to the world was an amazing experience for our Zanes Law team. Claudia and I believe that experiences are what life is all about, and this experience certainly has made our lives better.
If you’d like to help us reach our goal of $250,000- please visit www.upwithpeople.org/give and select The Bill Holmes Legacy Fund!
(Here are some photos from the show and our week volunteering!).
Zanes Law and Garrett’s Bears to Collect Stuffed Animals for Children at Diamond Children’s Center and TMC.
Zanes partners with 9-year-old founder of Garrett’s Bears
Tucson, Ariz. (December 1, 2016) – This Christmas, Zanes Law is thrilled to partner with Garrett’s Bears, a program founded by 9-year-old, Garrett Tews. Garrett’s Bears is a yearly stuffed animal drive for Banner Diamonds Children’s Medical Center and TMC for children.
Four years ago Garrett realized that children would be spending their Christmas morning in pain or frightened. Over the last four years, Garrett has raised 1,600 new stuffed animals for Diamond’s Children’s Medical Center to deliver to the children on Christmas morning.
“I raise bears each year because I believe that even a kid can give back,” said Garrett Tews, founder of Garrett’s Bears.
“Not only is this a fantastic program for children here in Tucson but for Garrett to lead this project at such a young age is a remarkable and selfless act. We want to do everything we can to support this young man live out his dream and continue to be a leader in the Tucson community,” said Doug Zanes, founder of Zanes Law.
As a part of their contribution, Zanes will also open two of their offices to the public as drop-off locations for donations beginning December 1st through December 16th:
Zanes Law and Garrett’s Bears are collecting any and all sized stuffed animals to help Garrett reach his goal of 400 new stuffed animals. The stuffed animals must be new with tags on as per the hospital’s policy.
This is Zanes Law’s second year partnering with Garrett’s Bears with the goal of putting as many smiles on as many faces as possible this Christmas.
For more about Zanes Law, please visit ZanesLaw.com or to interview Zanes Law please call the contacts listed at the bottom of this release.
ABOUT ZANES LAW
Zanes Law is a 13-year injury law firm in Southern Arizona, with a large practice in motor vehicle accidents and other injury cases. Founded in 2003, the firm is led by Doug Zanes, an Arizona injury lawyer. Zanes Law has two offices in Tucson and one in Phoenix, and prides itself on strong community involvement. More information is available by calling (844) 926-3752 or visiting ZanesLaw.com.
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