Back to School Health Fair 2014 Annual Benefit for Phoenix Area Kids

Giving Back to the Community

On July 12, thousands of people came to the Back to School & Health Fair at the Metrocenter. Sponsored by the Latino Institute of Phoenix, the purpose of the Fair is to help underprivileged children with school supplies and health services. Suzuki Law Offices was one of several business sponsors.

We had the honor of giving away 8 iPads and an Apple computer.

More Than 5,000 People in Attendance

The Fair happens every year and is very popular. This July was no exception. More than 5,000 people attended the Fair, with free backpacks for the first 1,000 kids of grade school age. There were also free immunizations, other resources designed to help families, and many family-friendly activities.

About the Latino Institute of Phoenix

The Latino Institute is a program of the Parks & Rec Department. Its mission is to enhance the quality of life for all communities through a collective effort that recognizes the richness of the Latino culture, its contributions to society, and its challenges for the future.

Learn more about the Latino Institute on its website.

About Suzuki Law Offices

Suzuki Law Offices has offices in both Phoenix and Tempe. Our focus is both criminal defense and personal injury law. Owner Richard Suzuki is a former federal prosecutor with well over a decade of experience. He is a National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40 (recognized in 2012) and a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which is limited to only those attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements.

If you've been charged with a crime or injured in an accident, request a free consultation using our online form.

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