Jaburg Wilk

Jaburg Wilk Attorneys and Local Girl Scout Troop Partner to Hold Winter Coat Drive for the Homeless

Employees of the Phoenix law firm Jaburg Wilk gathered 50 coats to be distributed to the homeless.  In addition to the coats, they also collected gloves, scarves, sweaters and other types of outdoor clothing.   One of the firm’s employees is a Girl Scout Den Leader and her daughter is a Girl Scout.  Her Girl Scout troop number 3346 collected more than 50 coats as well.  Both the Girls Scouts and Jaburg Wilk employees helped move the coats into the donation center where they will be distributed to the homeless at CASS, Central Arizona Shelter Services.  

Shranda Ceballos, a member of the Jaburg Wilk Charity Committee stated that, “CASS representatives were especially appreciative of the donation of men’s coats.  Typically their clothing donations are for women and children and their need is greatest for men’s clothing.  CASS said that the coats would be immediately put to good use.” 

Central Arizona Shelter Services mission is to empower men, women and children with diverse needs to end their homelessness by providing shelter and supportive services.  They have been helping our community’s most vulnerable, since 1984 by empowering them to not only end their homelessness but also to rebuild their lives. 


Jaburg & Wilk Foundation

Jaburg & Wilk Foundation

The Jaburg & Wilk Foundation is a non-profit foundation committed to enriching the quality of life for the residents of Arizona by fostering private giving and strengthening smaller service providers. To this end, the Foundation awards grants to local non-profit organizations involved in the arts, education, children, at-risk programs, and other community-based efforts. The Foundation grants are awarded after approval of the Grant Committee.

Community Grant Guidelines

Priority is given to:

  • Well-run, financially sound organizations. For example, strong board participation and stable management, diverse source of revenues and earned income opportunities.
  • Organizations whose mission and proposed project address a current and proven public need for people living and/or working in Maricopa or Pinal counties.
  • Applicants that demonstrate strong community support for their organizations and its projects. For example, diversity of other funding sources and community resources or number of diverse participants in the program, project or organization.
  • Organizations that show an effective and efficient delivery of program services. For example, greater than 80% of the organization expenses are spent on program services.

Applications may be submitted at any time to info@jaburgwilk.com.