Cody Fowler and Morris White established a longstanding tradition of contributing to the communities where we live and work. Our attorneys participate in professional, civic, charitable and community activities outside the firm. We support pro bono activities, and many of our attorneys serve as board and committee members of leading community organizations across the state.
Some of the groups and organizations where Fowler White professionals participate include:
Fowler White's community service activities include the following:
- Fowler White partners with the American Heart Association to fight against heart disease by participating in the National Wear Red Day. Learn more about the cause to increase awareness and help women reduce their risk heart disease at www.GoRedForWomen.org
- Each year the firm sponsors a “Spring for the Spring” to raise funds for The Spring, a Tampa organization which helps victims of domestic abuse. FWB donates gently used women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, shoes and accessories.
- Each year Fowler White Boggs participates in the United Way Day of Caring. This nationally recognized day of service, organized by United Way, is a 'neighbor helping neighbor' initiative.
- The firm holds “Casual Fridays for a Cause” in order to raise funds for various non-profits. Organizations we have supported include: The American Red Cross, The American Heart Association, Susan G. Komen for a Cure and Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc.
- The Firm has gathered donations of school supplies and canned food items for Metropolitan Ministries.
- The firm partners with Stetson University for their “Project Shoe” which they collect and donate gently used and new shoes. All shoes are donated to the local homeless population.
- Fowler White teams up with the United Way to participate in their annual book drive for children.
- Fowler White Boggs pledged $100,000 to the Tampa Museum of Art.
- Fowler White Boggs Courthouse Assistance Project was recognized nationwide as a model for providing legal assistance to the working poor. Our firm received the Chief Justice's Law Firm Commendation, a statewide award, for our efforts in this program.
- Fowler White Boggs teamed up with TECO Energy to endow a chair to Bay Area Legal Services in Tampa. The position is much like an endowed chair at a university, which provides full time legal assistance through the Legal Information Center mainly to those individuals or families who cannot afford an attorney. Our two companies support a full-time attorney to Hillsborough County residents.