Law Office of Justin H. King Spreads Holiday Spirit in the Inland Empire
On December 14th, Linda Guzman from The Law Office of Justin H. King represented the office by donating gifts and spreading holiday cheer at the County of San Bernardino’s Second District Christmas Reception. The event was hosted by County and City offices from San Bernardino County, City of Rancho Cucamonga, City of Fontana, City of Upland and more. The highlight of the event was both local law enforcement and local firefighters battling it out in a BBQ cook-off. Guests were encouraged to donate unwrapped toys and books to benefit local families in the Inland Empire communities in need this holiday season.
After a busy day at the office, Linda loaded up her sleigh with a donation of toys and gifts and headed over to the holiday event in Rancho Cucamonga. The event was not only festive, but also represented by an attendance of officials and organizations from throughout the Inland Empire. This included the San Bernardino County Second District Youth Council, Law Enforcement, Firefighters and more. Despite a well rounded guest list of supporters and attendees, the un-official guest of honor was Santa himself.
While the mood was spirited and engaging, the real reason for our involvement at this event was to make sure that law enforcement and firefighters in the Inland Empire had help in their toy drive supporting local families. These events in the community make it easy to contribute to their efforts and ensure that the holiday season can be special for all our neighbors, but it is easy to overlook how hard these local agencies work this time of year to organize and execute these initiatives.
“The holiday season is an easy time to get focused on the hustle and bustle of events, family and gift giving, but I’ve always made it a priority of the Firm to make sure those who are not as fortunate have the chance to enjoy the season too”, Justin H. King
It has, from day one, been the mission of the Law Office of Justin H. King to not only be an advocate in the community for injury victims, but more importantly to contribute and provide resources when available to help and support the community in any way possible. While this toy drive was one of many across the Inland Empire this year, our office was more than happy to help out and contribute to the holiday experience of others in the community.