SGL and its attorneys are deeply committed to the communities in which we live and work. We connect to the community through the pro bono legal services we provide to persons of limited means, the community service activities we undertake to build and strengthen the community, and the financial support we provide to charitable and cultural organizations.

SGL attorneys currently serve the community individually through the following organizations:

Additionally, SGL recently launched its current community impact project Defending Against Hunger which is aimed at alleviating hunger and providing children with increased education about and access to healthy foods. As part of this project, SGL is supporting the great works of FoodShare, Foodcorps, as well as other local nonprofits addressing food insecurity.


Children's Home Society Toy Drive 2017.

SGL's Princeton, New Jersey office participated in the Children's Home Society Toy Drive, donating presents to bring joy this Christmas to at-risk children in need.


Mitchell House Food Drive 2017.

Once again, SGL's West Hartford Office participated in the Mitchell House Food Drive, donating non-perishable food items and organizing bags to distribute to hungry families in need this Thanksgiving.


Homefront Thanksgiving Drive 2017.

This year the Princeton, New Jersey office will be helping support vulnerable families in our local community by contributing food baskets. By partaking in a food drive we’re aiming to make sure that every family has the opportunity of experiencing the joy of having a home-cooked meal on Thanksgiving Day.

For more information please visit:


Foodshare's Walk For Hunger.

Food Drive for The Mitchell House.

In the past, SGL's community service projects have also supported:

Habitat for Humanity and the Wounded Warrior Project.


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