At Reaves Law Firm, PLLC, we are committed to giving back to our community and supporting local businesses and organizations. We believe that collaboration and partnerships are key to creating a strong and vibrant community. That’s why we encourage businesses, organizations, and individuals to reach out to us with any collaboration, sponsorship, or volunteer opportunities. If you have an event, fundraiser, or initiative you would like us to consider supporting, we would love to hear from you. Please submit your information through our website, and we will be in touch to discuss potential opportunities for collaboration. Let’s work together to make a positive impact in our community!
iHeartMedia Memphis hosted its 9th Annual Sista Strut Breast Cancer 3K Walk on Saturday, April 1st, at Tiger Lane! Our team at Reaves Law Firm was so excited to sponsor and participate!
We have sponsored the Sista Strut event in Jackson, Miss. for 2 consecutive years and also sponsored the inaugural event there.
When bitter cold temperatures in winter left some families on the verge of losing power, Reaves Law Firm donated $10,000 to MLGW to help with its launch of the Gift of Comfort program. A utility assistance initiative that makes if possible for people to pay for services for families in need.
After a water main break a few days before Christmas in 2022 caused a water boil advisory for much of the city, Reaves Law Firm stepped in to purchase hundreds of cases of bottled water. Staff members volunteered their time to help with the distribution.
Our first office was in Whitehaven when we opened in 2011, and Reaves Law Firm has been a supporter of the community throughout the years. When Founder Henry Reaves, III learned of a planned STEM building on the campus, the firm pledged $150,000 to the building fund.
One of the things Reaves Law Firm Founder Henry Reaves, III is most passionate about is helping young people. In July 2023, Reaves Law Firm was the Presenting Sponsor for the Jaren Jackson, Jr. Sports Camp. Memphis Grizzlies star forward, Jaren Jackson, Jr. spent the day with a group of youngsters and even gave them one-on-one basketball tips.