January 22, 2021Share
Kelley Kronenberg is proud to support Special Compass and the Adaptive Home Makeover for the “Differently Abled”
Kelley Kronenberg is proud to support Special Compass and the Adaptive Home Makeover for the “Differently Abled”.
Jessika and Reynaldo Maiz both live with spinal cord injuries in their home in Sunrise, FL. Navigating one wheelchair in a home is challenging, but 2 wheelchairs can add stress to the daily functions of working from home and life management.
On Saturday, Jan 23, 2021, volunteers from Special Compass, a local non-profit serving the
disabled community, will begin a 3-day home make-over to help them live more comfortably
and improve their quality of life in their home. Day 1 will include, building a fence around the yard, painting the interior and removing landscaping. Day 2 will include expanding their master bedroom into their guest bedroom. Day 3 will include building a patio to cover 75% of their yard. This will give them freedom to navigate throughout their property and home and improve their quality of life. The home make-over will kick off at 730am where teams will specialize in various areas to work together safely and efficiently.
Kelley Kronenberg Chief Financial Officer/Principal Partner, Heath Eskalyo is an active member of Special Compass and will be one of the volunteers at the event.
Special Compass is a non-profit, 501-C-3 organization. Its 100% volunteer staff envisions a world in which differently-abled people have the opportunity to fully participate in a wide range of community and athletic activities while building friendships, enhancing their confidence, sense of purpose and fulfillment. Special Compass does this by pairing volunteer “Power Buddies” with people who are not able to propel themselves, so they can experience the thrill and camaraderie of crossing the finish line as part of a team. The benefits are reciprocal, as Power Buddies feel the love for those they tow.
ABOUT KELLEY KRONENBERG
Kelley Kronenberg is a multi-practice business law firm with nearly 400 employees, more than 175 attorneys, and 12 locations throughout Florida and the United States. Founded in 1980, the firm is one of the fastest-growing law firms in Florida and amongst the largest in the U.S. The firm serves all types and sizes of public and private companies, including small businesses and individuals nationwide. Kelley Kronenberg has been recognized amongst the “Largest U.S. Law Firms” by the National Law Journal’s NLJ 500, Law 360 400, and Florida Trend in 2020, “America’s Top Corporate Law Firms” by Forbes and “Top 10” in NLJ’s Women’s Scorecard in 2019. The firm has been the recipient of many accolades most recently including in 2020: “Best Multi-Practice Business Law Firm – USA,” Acquisition International; “Top Workplaces,” Sun Sentinel; “Best Places to Work,” South Florida Business Journal; “Business of the Year,” “Top 100 Private Companies,” “Top Law Firms,” and “Largest Law Firms,” South Florida Business Journal; “Largest Law Firms,” Tampa Bay Business Journal, Orlando Business Journal, and Jacksonville Business Journal; “Biggest Law Firms in Florida,” Florida Trend; “Top 100 Law Firms,” South Florida Business & Wealth; Florida’s Largest Law Firms,” American Lawyer’s, Daily Business Review “Review 100” and “Best Law Firms,” U.S. News – Best Lawyers®. For more information, visit www.kklaw.com.
Michelle Martinez Reyes, Chief Relations Officer