The Jernigan Law Firm Gives Back to its Community
Leonard Jernigan went to San Pedro, Belize on a mission trip with members of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church (Raleigh) to work contruction at the Holy Cross Anglican Primary School, which helps children who otherwise would not receive an education. For more information on this amazing school, click here.
Kristina K. Brown organized the collection of non-perishable food items for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice program “Dare to Care: Feed Those in Need” food drive. This project is sponsored by the New Lawyers Division of the NCAJ, and is a statewide program done on an annual basis. In 2010, Ms. Brown organized a collection of over 2,000 pounds of food to help replenish the Food Drive’s resources for Thanksgiving. Click here for more information on the Food Bank.
Mr. Jernigan recently participated in a stream clean-up under the sponsorship of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church. He helped clean a branch of the Beaverdam Creek which runs from Wade Avenue to Glenwood Avenue. Sources of pollution are varied and hard to detect simply through the monitoring of water quality,so the City has declared that the best way to seek out the pollution sources is to physically walk the streams. For more information, visit www.raleighnc.gov.
The Jernigan firm supports Raleigh’s unique Segway historical tour business. Segways tours are a great way to see Raleigh. You can be trained on these incredible machines within fifteen minutes and then take a history tour of dowtown Raleigh. Each helmet has a receiver and your tour guide gives you an oral history lesson as you glide pass historic downtown buildings, the Governor’s Mansion and the Legislative Building. For more information, go to www.triangleglides.com