Community Service

Overtown Youth Center

OYC

Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin partner Steven A. Marino, Jr. (top row,
second from right), helps present a grant to the Overtown
Youth Center

Community Partnership for the Homeless

Community Partnership

Community Partnership

Community Partnership

Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin attorneys
and staff periodically serve dinner
to homeless Miamians at the
Community Partnership for the
Homeless (top and left). VPL
attorney Brian S. Jacobson
(above) readies the drinks.

Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run

Corporate Run

Corporate Run

Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin fields a team
at the annual Mercedes-Benz
Corporate Run in Miami (above).
Proceeds benefit the American
Red Cross. In the photo at left,
VPL staffer Barbara Clements (right)
rejoices after crossing the finish line.

South Florida Symphony Orchestra

SOUTH FLORIDA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SEBRINA MARÍA ALFONSO, MUSIC DIRECTOR

Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin is a proud supporter of the South Florida Symphony Orchestra. Pictured here, at a reception for the symphony at Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin's offices, are (from left to right): Pianist Jeffrey Chappell; VPL shareholder Christine A. Gudaitis; symphony Chairperson James Rickard; symphony President and CEO Jacqueline Lorber; VPL shareholder Michael F. Huber; and symphony Music Director Sebrina María Alfonso.

SOUTH FLORIDA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SEBRINA MARÍA ALFONSO, MUSIC DIRECTOR

Strike Against Child Abuse

15th Annual FRC Bowlathon

15th Annual FRC Bowlathon

Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin attorneys and staff (above) participated in the annual Strike Against Child Abuse Bowling Tournament, benefitting the Family Resource Center of South Florida. VPL attorney Jeffrey L. Greyber (left) tries for a spare. All proceeds of the events benefited children who have been abused, neglected or abandoned by their parents.

Race for the Cure

Race for the Cure

From left, Anelis Sanchez, Cary Steklof, Freddy Cantillo, Madelein Espinosa and Ana Asack were among the VPL employees who participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. As much as 75 percent of the funds raised at the race go toward providing breast health research, diagnostics, screening, treatment, services and education for uninsured or underinsured women in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties. The remaining 25 percent helps finance national research to discover the causes of breast cancer and, ultimately, its cures. For more information, visit http://www.komenmiaftl.org/komen-race-for-the-cure/.