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Photo by Glenn Murray // provided by Arts Services Inc.
Photo by Glenn Murray // provided by Arts Services Inc.

For 10th year, lawyers 'band' together to support ASI's 'Give for Greatness'


Thu, Mar 2nd 2023 08:50 am

The 10th annual “Lawyers for the Arts” fundraiser to benefit ASI’s “Give for Greatness” program will take place from 1-5:30 p.m. March 25 at The Stage, 8166 Main St., Williamsville. Tickets are general admission and available now on Eventbrite.

A press release stated, “Every year, Lawyers for the Arts brings together legal professionals from several local firms for an unforgettable night of crowd-pleasing covers. This is the first year that the event will be held at The Stage after many years at the Tralf Music Hall downtown, but tickets are sure to sell out as they have every year prior.”

The funds raised from the event will benefit ASI’s “Give for Greatness” program, which awards operating funding for small to mid-sized nonprofit arts organizations in Western New York. For the 2022 grant cycle, ASI was able to secure $45,000 in funding due largely to the success of the “Lawyers for the Arts” fundraiser.

The 10th annual “Lawyers for the Arts” is sponsored by Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, Hodgson Russ, Northwest Bank, Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria LLP, Brown Chiari LLP, Lippes Mathias, KeyBank, Dolce Panepinto, Bond, Schoeneck & King, Dandelions Restaurant, Jensen, Marks, Langer & Vance LLC, Webster Szanyi, Jack W. Hunt & Associates, Bennet Schechter Arcuri & Will LLP, Goldberg Segalla, Harris Beach PLLC, Southtowns Financial Group, Counsel Press, Hagelin Spencer, Law Office of Francis Letro, LeRoi C. Johnson, Bank on Buffalo, Precision Resolution LLC, Gross Shuman, Lawley, Meyers Buth Law Group, Leslie Greenbaum, Joanna Dickinson, Amber Poulos, Christopher Belling, Dennis Bischof, George Collins, Anthony Masiello and William Mattar.

More information about “Lawyers for the Arts” and “Give for Greatness” can be found at asiwny.org

Arts Services Inc. (ASI) empowers the region's artists and arts organizations with connections to funding, learning opportunities, and community access to the arts. ASI is a resource hub for the Western New York arts and cultural sector.

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