(Muskegon, MI – Feb. 5, 2018) – Parmenter Law, based in Muskegon, has made it an integral part of their business culture to support their local community through a variety of partnerships. Each year, the firm partners with a local non-profit organization by supporting them financially and with hands-on project participation. Parmenter is pleased to announce that No More Sidelines will be their 2018 community partner.
“We are thrilled to have the chance to partner with No More Sidelines. Their unique mission truly resonates with our firm. It’s been exciting to watch the organization grow over the past decade through the passion and leadership of Cyndi Blair and the countless volunteers. They’ve become a real difference maker in our community, providing their participants with a true sense of belonging and opportunities that just weren’t available. We look forward to learning more about No More Sidelines and doing what we can to give back and further such a wonderful mission.” Joshua A. Reece – Partner at Parmenter Law and No More Sidelines Board Member
About No More Sidelines – No More Sidelines is a non-profit organization, run by volunteers, committed to helping children and young adults, ages seven and older, with special needs in Muskegon and Kent counties. They provide an opportunity to play sports year-round and to participate in community events and outings. No More Sidelines is embarking on a capital campaign in 2018 to expand and update their facility in Norton Shores. The construction and renovation project will include an indoor soccer field, basketball/volleyball courts, an exercise room, and office/classroom space for continued program growth.
For more information about No More Sidelines, visit www.nomoresidelines.org.
About Parmenter Law – For over 70 years, Parmenter Law has served clients along the lakeshore, in Muskegon, and nationwide. The firm’s practice areas include Estate Planning, Elder Law, Real Estate, Business, Public Sector, and Civil Litigation. Their office is located in downtown Muskegon at 601 Terrace Street.