Suzuki Law supports the YMCA through the Annual support campaign which funds important community programs including:
Suzuki Law offices is proud to be a Gold Sponsor for Make-A-Wish Arizona. It was an joy and honor to be a part of the Ball!
Our team at Suzuki Law Offices is happy to announce that we took first place at today’s Waste Management Pro-Am! We would like to specially thank Outfront Media for extending the invite to our team and Brian Gibson for being an excellent caddy for the day!
This November, we are pleased to announce that we will be supporting the 2015 Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Promise Ball. We hope that all attendees have a great, fun, and safe night!
Tonight, on October 16, 2015, Mountain Pointe High School’s football team will prove their skills and determination on the field. As their sponsor, the Suzuki Law Offices would like to wish the entire team good luck! In addition, we would like to recognize Jack Smith, player #22, who plays on the varsity team. As the team’s senior quarterback, Smith stands at 6 foot 1 and weighs 185 pounds. Go Home of the Pride!
We are pleased to announce that our Phoenix trial lawyers at Suzuki Law Offices are proud sponsors of Desert Vista High School! On October 9, 2015, the Thunder will prove that their dedication both on and off the field has paid off. We would like to wish Raymond good luck in this evening’s game! Go DVH!
Suzuki Law Offices is proud to be the title sponsor for Ahwatukee Little League. This year Ahwatukee Little League has over 590 kids playing baseball. Richard Suzuki is also the manager of the Dodgers. This is his 5th year managing a team for Ahwatukee Little League.
In December, 2014, Suzuki Law Offices hosted a holiday party where guests were asked to bring an unwrapped Christmas present. These gifts were collected for Phoenix Children's Hospital, and later donated to benefit children in the Phoenix community. The firm collected more than 120 toys for the hospital. Richard Suzuki and senior attorney Matt Bartz are pictured above.
Read more about the benefit here.
March 1 marked the 21st annual Malibu Beach Ball in benefit of the Ronald A. Matricaria Institute of Molecular Medicine at Phoenix Children's Hospital. Richard and Jessica Suzuki, pictured above, along with many other supporters, helped further the effort toward curing childhood diseases with the promise of personalized molecular medicine. Read more about the Malibu Beach Ball 2014 here.
2014 was off to a great start with the Waste Management Phoenix Open in late Jan./early Feb. Richard Suzuki and team took 7th place (read more about it here). Richard is pictured above, in blue hat and shoes, standing next to American golf pro James Hahn.
"What I saw," Richard said, "was many of the kids picking out toys for their brothers and sisters at home, rather than just for themselves. We made sure they got something for themselves, too, but to see this was what made the day memorable. This is what Christmas is all about."
In the fall of 2013 we put together free Suzuki-branded T-shirts for the devils at ASU and handed them out on campus. They're Sun Devil yellow with everything you need to know if you party like one and get in trouble with the law - our name, our number, and the slogan we can't get out of our heads. (Don't think Richard doesn't know how to party just because he's a Wildcat.)
Richard Suzuki showing the kids how to catch a trophy fish on "Vehicle Day" at the local elementary school in spring 2013.