On September 4, 2018, Rinehardt Law Firm hosted its second annual Back to School Backpack Bash at the Friendly House in Mansfield, Ohio. The firm partnered with Mid-Ohio Youth Mentoring to help identify local kids who might need some help buying school supplies and a backpack to be geared up for a successful new school year. In addition to giving 100 backpacks stocked with school supplies, the firm hosted a back to school party with crafts, ice cream sundaes, popcorn, face painting, and a bounce house obstacle course. The kids even assembled a teacher emergency kit to give to their teacher on the first day of school complete with earplugs, tissues, ear plugs, Emergen-C, gum, a whistle, and more. Lots of fun was had by all! Check out the new story on WMFD: https://wmfd.com/news/single.asp?story=76666
***UPDATE***We have had incredible response to our ThanksGIVEaway and we have reached our capacity. We will be mailing vouchers this week to the first 150 people who entered requests. On the day of the event, those who have a voucher must present the voucher between 10 and noon to receive their turkey and meal fixings. Those who do not have a voucher, may come by at 10 to be placed on a waiting list in numbered order on a first come, first served basis. We will distribute any unclaimed turkeys to the people on the waiting list at noon. We will be serving hot chocolate, coffee and donuts during the event. We look forward to seeing you there, and to serving as many families as possible!]
Thanksgiving is a time to gather around the table, share a special meal, and give thanks. To those families in our community who are facing adversity or hardship, Rinehardt Law Firm wants to lend a helping hand. We are excited to announce our first annual ThanksGIVEaway-putting turkeys on tables.
The Rinehardt Law Firm‘s ThanksGIVEaway will be held Saturday, November 18, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. until noon at The Area Agency on Aging parking lot at the corner of Lex-Springmill and Park Avenue (the old Hawkins supermarket). We will be giving away a turkey along with all the fixings to 150 families.
“We are very excited for our 1st annual ThanksGIVEaway,” says Attorney John Rinehardt. “We are very blessed to be able to do our part to help put turkeys on tables during the holiday season.”
We are reaching out for assistance in getting out the word of our ThanksGIVEaway. If you or someone you know needs help this Thanksgiving, please go to our website www.rinehardtlawfirm.com home page.Scroll down to the “know a family in need?” and click on the “sign up here”. You don’t need to give us details; just the name and contact information of the person who needs a voucher for the event!
If you would like more information on the event or would like to join us in our effort, please contact Hillary Rinehardt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-LAW-2020. You can also visit www.rinehardtlawfirm.com and send us a message on our contact us page.
In memory of the U.S. men and women who have lost their lives for our great freedom, and in thanks for the valor of those who serve, please join Donaldson Law Offices and Rinehardt Law Firm this Memorial Day weekend for fireworks at Charles Mill Lake.
Help us celebrate the splendor of America with a $10,000 Fireworks display to be set off near the beach at dusk. Bring your family and some camp chairs or a blanket and enjoy music and concessions before the show!
When: Saturday, May 27, 2017 at dusk
Where: Charles Mill State Park 1277A State Route 430, Mansfield, OH 44903
Studies have confirmed that volunteering not only has mental health benefits, but physical benefits as well-including lower blood pressure, reduced stress, lower levels of depression and a longer lifespan.
Attorneys John and Hillary Rinehardt spent last weekend volunteering at Flying Horse Farms in Mt. Gilead Ohio. Flying Horse Farms is a camp for kids with serious illnesses. For a week at a time, being sick takes a backseat to being a kid. Flying Horse Farms provides magical, transformative camp experiences for hundreds of happy campers and their families every year-completely free of charge.
Yale researchers have proven that campers leave Flying Horse Farms with more independence, higher self-esteem, increased confidence, and greater maturity. You don’t have to be there long to bear witness Rangers-teen campers who participate in a weeklong servant-leadership program-transform. Camper families-who participate in family camps-transform. We can attest that the camp experience is transformative for staff and volunteers too.
At last weekend’s fall family, John used his angling skills to help kids fish in the lake where they “kiss and release” the fish. Hillary worked in the kitchen preparing food from scratch that is mostly donated. If you are interested helping too, check out the ways to get involved on the Flying Horse Farms website.
With our busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, carving out the time to volunteer can have enormous benefits to you, your family, and your community. Learn more about the many benefits of helping others at Harvard Health Publications and find volunteer opportunities in your area at Volunteer Match.
Every year, many children start the new school year without the most basic supplies needed to succeed in the classroom.
In an effort to help children in Richland, Crawford, and Ashland Counties, the law firm of Rinehardt Law Firm hosted its first annual school supply drive for Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Central Ohio.
The effort was part of the Injury Board Day of Action, a nationwide community outreach event. The IB Day of Action brings together more than 100 plaintiffs’ lawyer firms from across the country, all working for the same cause on the same day.
Rinehardt Law Firm is dedicated to giving back to the local community and helping those in need.
The firm provided 48 backpacks and school supplies and collected donations from members of the community. At the end of the drive, the firm was able to donate 55 backpacks filled with supplies! Big Brothers Big Sisters distributed the backpacks to families in need.