Los Angeles, CA – Attorneys and staff of the Los Angeles office of Adelson, Testan, Brundo, Novell & Jimenez (ATB), a leading workers’ compensation defense law firm, helped organize a rock concert this month to raise funds for charities that aid the city’s homeless.
Michelle Wu, managing partner of ATB’s Los Angeles office, participated in the effort to organize the concert with members of ATB’s offices in Los Angeles and Westlake Village. More than 30 prominent area musicians and several nationally known celebrities performed at the El Rey Theater on Dec. 9. They were joined by ATB hearing representative John McNeely, who is also a musician.
The concert and a supplemental cash donation from ATB raised nearly $30,000 for four local charities – My Stuff Foundation, Midnight Mission, Hope of the Valley, and The Teen Project – that aid homeless individuals and families in Los Angeles and the surrounding area.
“We had wonderful performances by so many great musicians, who share our commitment to help those in need,” said Ryan Edwardsen, co-managing partner of ATB’s Los Angeles office. “I’m pleased at how we worked together on a successful event to support the great work of these four charities in our communities.”
The law firm’s fundraising efforts in Los Angeles are part of ATB Cares, a national initiative involving each of ATB’s 26 offices around the country in various community outreach activities.