Sampson Collaborative Law sponsors great organizations:
Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals (FACP) – Sampson Collaborative Law sponsored the annual statewide Florida collaborative conferences in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
FACP promotes and fosters Collaborative practice statewide in Florida using a collaboratively-trained, interdisciplinary professional team. The team works with clients to resolve family law disputes and to restructure and preserve relationships. FACP’s vision is to create a culture in which the Collaborative Process is the prevailing method for resolving disputes, beginning with family law and evolving into other areas. For more information, go to http://www.collaborativepracticeflorida.com.
Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue, Inc – Sampson Collaborative Law sponsored the 2018 and 2019 Loretta Swit fundraising events.
Providing Love, Security, and Dignity to North Florida’s Homeless and Neglected Animals. In Northeast and North Central Florida, more than 30,000 animals are euthanized every year. Shelters and animal control facilities are overcrowded with homeless, abandoned and abused animals. Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue, Inc. is a St. Augustine-based non-profit supporting adoption, spay and neuter, and responsible care of animals. Along with education, outreach, adoption and fostering programs, Ayla’s Acres maintains a 45-acre sanctuary where “unadoptable” animals may live out their lives with peace, love, and dignity. Ayla’s Acres launched a $2.6 million dollar capital campaign to raise funds to build Peter’s Friends Animal Resource Center in St. Johns County. Ayla’s Acres receives no government funding, relying instead on private donations of money, supplies, and items sold through Ayla’s Acres Thrift Shop (142 King Street, St. Augustine, Florida). For more information, go to http://www.aylasacres.org.
Littlestone Group Pre-College Program and Summer Music Festival – Sampson Collaborative Law sponsors the Littlestone Group.
Nashville-based nonprofit Littlestone Group will host a new residential education, college prep program for special high school musicians considering a career or college major/minor in music [called the Littlestone Summer Music Festival]. World class professional musicians and college level educators from Nashville, Memphis, New York, Chicago, and St. Louis will direct students in a week of professional level rehearsals, classes, and lessons, with nightly performances for residents and visitors of Martin, Tennessee. Courses include jazz, opera, musical theatre, songwriting, composition, wind ensemble, choir & a cappella, world music, music theory, instrumental techniques, chamber music, and drama. The program challenges the culture, ability, and intellect of Tennessee’s most creative young minds and gives them tools to lead happy, healthy lives.
Global Down Syndrome Foundation – Sampson Collaborative Law contributes to the Global Down Syndrome Foundation.
The Global Down Syndrome Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to significantly improving the lives of people with Down syndrome through research, medical care, education, and advocacy. Towards these ends, the Global Down Syndrome Foundation hosts programs, conferences and events, and partners with organizations around the world.
Harbor House – Sampson Collaborative Law contributes to Harbor House.
Harbor House is an innovating organization that guides the way for safer communities everywhere by developing, deploying and modeling best practices to eradicate domestic abuse in Central Florida. They work to prevent and eliminate domestic abuse in Central Florida by providing critical life-saving services to survivors, implementing and advancing best practices, and educating and engaging the community in a united front.
Lend A Hand Project – Sampson Collaborative Law contributes to the Lend A Hand Project.
The Lend A Hand Project is dedicated to enhancing the lives of the needy on Long Island through charitable giving. By anonymously pairing volunteer supporters with neighbors in need, Lend A Hand extends a helping hand to provide not only material assistance, but also ongoing relationships and friendship.
“Negro Spiritual” Scholarship Fund – Sampson Collaborative Law sponsors “Negro Spiritual” Scholarship Fund events.
Preserving America’s slave-era Negro spiritual songs – tunes and rhythms from the past that infuse our present age with hope – is at the heart of all they do. “NS”SF thrusts young artists into the future by coaching and mentoring them musically, nurturing and shaping them professionally, and supporting their scholastic goals financially. Presenting first-class music through programs that uplift audience members, renew their spirits, and rekindle their commitment to justice, equality, and civility is their gift to the community.
Time to Revive – Sampson Collaborative Law contributes to Time to Revive.
The Time to Revive team, with local congregations across the United States, has developed a framework and tools that allow the Church to unite around evangelism and discipleship, the heart of the team’s mission.