Franzén and Salzano, P.C. is committed to making a difference in our community. The firm and its attorneys actively support the following organizations, financially and/or by volunteering their time. All of these organizations would welcome your donation.
The American Cancer Society
Terry Franzén, one of the founders of our firm, is active with the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. Terry is a cancer survivor and for several years was the captain of a relay team that participates in an all-night celebration of survivorship and raises money for cancer research and support programs. The American Cancer Society can be reached online at www.cancer.org.
The IMPACT! Group
Terry Franzén has been active with The IMPACT! Group since 1997, and served as Board President for six years. The firm is pro bono counsel to the organization. The IMPACT! Group is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community development corporation which offers a range of housing services from homelessness to home ownership in Georgia, providing emergency and transitional housing services for homeless families, revitalizing low-income neighborhoods and creating safe and decent communities for low-and moderate-income families. The Group also provides home buyer and home owner education, comprehensive housing counseling, and financial services such as mortgages and down payment assistance to first-time homebuyers and homeowners. The IMPACT! Group can be reached online at www.theimpactgroup.org.
Rainbow Village, Inc.
Loretta Salzano, one of the firm’s founders, serves as Rainbow Village’s Legal Counsel and Chair. Rainbow Village helps homeless families through the crisis of homelessness and on the road to self-sufficiency by providing rent-free housing, life skills training and supportive services. Rainbow Village can be reached online at www.rainbowvillage.org.
Thornwell Home for Children
Loretta Salzano serves on the Board of Thornwell Home for Children, which provides a nurturing environment to children whose lives have been shattered by death, abuse, neglect, displacement and abandonment. Built on a 130-year tradition of exemplary care, Thornwell’s 12 cottages and its K4-12 school system are known throughout the nation as a model residential community for children coming from Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. Thornwell Home can be reached online at www.thornwell.org.