EMS Week Pizza Party
Posted in Community Outreach, Firm News on May 20, 2020
In honor of National EMS Week (May 17 - 23), Elk & Elk sent pizzas, salads and beverages to every fire station - 61 total - in Cleveland and Columbus. We supported local businesses in doing so, including Pizza 216, Congin's, Vincenza's, Carmino's, Brothers, Jack Spratt's, Ange's, OH Pizza and Brew, Adriatico's, Dawghouse Pizza...
A Year of Giving: Learn more about the causes we supported in 2017
Posted in Community Outreach on December 19, 2017
Elk & Elk is proud to be an active member of our Ohio community. Read on to learn more about a few of the causes our firm supported in 2017 and how you can join us in making a difference in the coming year. (more…)
Lend a helping hand: how you can support victims of recent tragedies
Posted in Community Outreach on October 12, 2017
In recent months, several tragedies claimed countless lives and caused devastating consequences for hundreds of thousands of victims. For the individuals and families affected by these catastrophic events, the long road to recovery is just beginning. Read on to learn how you can lend a hand to those in need. (more…)
How you can help victims of Hurricane Harvey
Posted in Community Outreach on August 31, 2017
On Aug. 25, Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Southeast Texas. The storm poured 20 trillion gallons of rain on Houston and wind gusts reportedly reached speeds of over 130 mph. Several other areas along the Gulf Coast suffered devastating damage as Harvey continued along its path. (more…)
Cleveland Cavaliers fans join Elk & Elk in the fight against pediatric cancer
Posted in Community Outreach on April 21, 2017
In the two years since launching “Get That Weak Stuff Out of Here” with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Elk & Elk has donated more than $73,000 to Cleveland Clinic Children’s to support the fight against pediatric cancer. The campaign, which ties each shot blocked by the Cavs to a $100 donation from Elk & Elk...
Elk & Elk challenges Cavs fans to join the fight against pediatric cancer
Posted in Community Outreach on January 20, 2017
During the historic 2015-16 season, Elk & Elk teamed up with the Cleveland Cavaliers to launch the “Get That Weak Stuff Out of Here!” Campaign. The firm pledged $100 to Cleveland Clinic Children’s for each shot blocked by the team, resulting in a $40,600 donation to support life-changing research in the fight against pediatric...
Elk & Elk hosts Holiday Celebration for Cleveland community
Posted in Community Outreach on December 22, 2016
On Wednesday, Dec. 21, Elk & Elk welcomed members of the Cleveland community to the firm’s W. 25th St. office for a Holiday Celebration. The event was free and open to the public. Families were treated to visits and photos with Santa, refreshments, gifts and more. Senior Partner David Elk stopped by to celebrate...
4 ways to give back to your community this holiday season
Posted in Community Outreach on November 13, 2016
[caption id="attachment_4919" align="alignright" width="300"] Help us stock the pantry at St. Augustine Hunger Center on Nov. 23![/caption] During the holidays, many of us reflect on the things we are grateful for, and how we can use our resources, time or skills to help those who are less fortunate. Whether you’re looking for a way...
Everything Earned Athletic Award Program Recognizes Local Teams
Posted in Community Outreach, Firm News on July 21, 2016
Elk & Elk launched the Everything Earned Athletic Award Program last fall. The program recognized high school teams throughout Northeast Ohio who excel in their sport and in the classroom, and display a passion for making a difference in the community. Teams were nominated by their school’s athletic director, and each month a winner...
None 4 Under 21 & Choices Beyond 2016
Posted in Community Outreach on May 3, 2016
The Importance of Making Safe Decisions None 4 Under 21 & Choices Beyond 2016 On Tuesday, April 19, Elk & Elk joined Portage County Safe Communities in presenting the 14th Annual None 4 Under 21 and Choices Beyond Program. Each year nearly 2,000 students from area high schools travel to Hiram College to attend...