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  • A Helping Hand | Manatee Children's Services
    With stay-at-home orders this past month, it could be an especially difficult time for some kids whose home may not be safe for them. Manatee Children's Services is a nonprofit child advocacy center dedicated to breaking the cycle of child abuse. Now kids in danger at home don't have the safe escape of a classroom,and child abuse cases are growing fast. Carl Reynolds lent A Helping Hand, which will directly help their emergency shelter.
  • Carl Reynolds Law Provides Laptops for Students
    Carl Reynolds Law stepped up and gave away more than 400 laptops to Suncoast families in need.
  • A Helping Hand | Christine Olson
    Fifteen years ago, Christine Olson waited six and a half hours to learn her daughter Tiffany had passed away in a drunk driving accident because the emergency contact information was not readily available. Christine decided that was unacceptable and launched TIFF's Initiative, To Inform Families First, which registers emergency contacts to your driver's license. Carl Reynolds is part of this initiative, by giving Christine A Helping Hand.
  • PACE 11th Annual Snowflake Ball
  • S.O.L.E. Five-O 5K
  • A Helping Hand | Billy Nobles
    Veteran Billy Nobles was down on his luck when he found love and food through Vets2Success. Goodwill Veterans Services brought Billy and Bryan Jacobs together when Nobles heard about the program.
  • A Helping Hand | Crusade for School Supplies
    Attorney Carl Reynolds stops by the Gettel Toyota of Lakewood to drop off school supplies for the hard working teachers of West Florida
  • A Helping Hand | Wendy Renoit
    Wendy Renoit is a Junior at North Port High School who was rushed to the ER after he went in for a tackle at a Homecoming game. He heard a pop in his neck which was a fracture of his C1 and C6. Carl Reynolds lent A Helping Hand so Wendy can focus on his recovery.
  • A Helping Hand | Amy Hendel Mahlios
    Amy Hendel Mahlios always led an active lifestyle until she was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer in 2017. She wanted to focus on the future of helping people heal, which has turned into Siesta Healing Spa. Carl Reynolds gave Amy a helping hand when Amy's insurance dropped her mid-treatment.
  • A Helping Hand | The Edwards Family
    It’s been a long five months for Antoinette Goggins and Anthony Edwards. Their son Ahmad was born at 36 weeks when Goggins was induced and shortly after, he was diagnosed with Necrotizing entercolitis, a severe infection in his intestines. Antoinette had to leave her job so she could visit Ahmad in the hospital, adding more financial stress, so Carl Reynolds lent A Helping Hand.
  • A Helping Hand | Brian
    Brian Klimek had started his own business helping breweries put events together when he found out he had the beginning stages of congestive heart failure. Brian made it through surgery but not without a ton of medical bills.
  • A Helping Hand | Lauren Hanrahan
    Teacher Lauren Hanrahan was on maternity leave in December 2018 when she started having trouble hearing. She went to specialists and found tumors in her ears, a sign of a rare, genetic disease called neurofibromatosis type 2. Her coworker, Stephanie Ham, created a video to spread NF2 awareness which is when Carl Reynolds Law lent A Helping Hand.

Committed to the Community

Personal Injury Lawyer in Bradenton, FL Gives Back

At Carl Reynolds Law, we not only take your injuries personally, we take your life and the lives of all who reside in our community personally. Bradenton personal injury lawyers and employees of Carl Reynolds Law, as well as their families, live in the communities we serve, which includes all of Sarasota and Manatee County.

Attorney Reynolds was educated in the Florida public school system. He has fond memories of participating in little league organizations growing up and he was a perennial member of the Boys Club and the local YMCA. He was active in high school athletic programs - lettering in three different sports. It is no surprise, then, that Carl Reynolds Law is a huge supporter of local little league teams, the YMCA and the local schools. Carl Reynolds Law has donated thousands of dollars to these community organizations and is committed to continuing to support them for many years to come.

Attorney Reynolds and employees of the firm have also donated money and helped coach local little league and YMCA teams. Attorney Reynolds has participated in reading programs at local elementary schools to help encourage reading among our community's youth. Local fields for baseball, softball, soccer, and football are sponsored by Carl Reynolds Law.

Every year, to help promote the Christmas Spirit, our firm hosts an annual Christmas party to which the entire community is invited. Attendees are treated to a full BBQ meal and entertainment. There are free games, a petting zoo, a monkey dressed as an elf, a balloon artist, cotton candy and popcorn for the youth.

Entertainment is provided by the local high school drumline, both private and school-related dance companies, and local DJs and bands. All entertainment, games, and food are free - Carl Reynolds Law only asks that attendees bring with them a canned good to donate to the local community food bank. In 2012, 2 barrels of food - approximately 2,000 cans - were collected and donated to the local food bank. This year we filled 6 barrels of food!


Our Events

  • Carl Reynolds Law Provides Laptops For Students
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  • 11th Annual Lucky Ducky Race for Pace
    11th Annual Lucky Ducky Race for Pace View More
  • PACE Snowflake Ball 2020
    PACE Snowflake Ball 2020 View More
  • S.O.L.E. Five-O 5K
    S.O.L.E. Five-O 5K View More

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