HUNTINGTON -– Jenkins Fenstermaker recently donated $2,500 to United Way of the River Cities.
"We are grateful for Jenkins Fenstermaker's generous contribution to the 2009 campaign. As United Way works to create long-term solutions to community problems, we rely on our community partners, such as Jenkins Fenstermaker, to support these efforts" says Laura P. Gilliam, Executive Director of United Way of the River Cities.
The donation toward the current United Way campaign was made in recognition of Jenkins Fenstermaker's clients and friends in 2009.
"Jenkins Fenstermaker chose to make this pledge to recognize our clients and friends who helped make 2009 such a great success for us" said Jenkins Fenstermaker CEO, Barry Taylor. "The United Way does such tremendous work in our local communities. Our members want to support that endeavor, while investing in Huntington's future and acknowledging those around us who have made our growth and their growth possible." Jenkins Fenstermaker recently relocated to their new offices at 325 8th Street in downtown Huntington.
Jenkins Fenstermaker is a multi-practice, full service regional law firm based in Huntington, West Virginia. For more than 75 years it has been prominent in the West Virginia legal community. The firm represents individuals, local businesses and a number of Fortune 500 companies.