The Dallas Bar Association dedicated its 29th house for Habitat for Humanity on August 24. The DBA began building homes for Habitat in 1991 and is the longest running whole-house sponsor in Dallas.
Volunteer attorneys work on the Habitat projects with the central theme being “no commitment of time or money is too small; every hour and every dollar make a difference.”
The DBA Home Project Committee coordinates the build and is led by co-chairs David Fisk, of Kane Russell Coleman Logan, and Michael Bielby Jr., of Vinson & Elkins.
Donors for this year’s project include:
• Platinum Hard Hats ($7,000+): Vinson & Elkins;
• Gold Hard Hats ($6,000-$6,999): Thompson & Knight Foundation;
• Silver Hard Hats ($3,500-$5,999): Baron and Blue Foundation; Drinker Biddle & Reath; Rogge Dunn Group;
• Bronze Hard Hats ($1,750-$3,499): Austin Industries; Clark Hill Strasburger; Cokinos | Young; DBA Bankruptcy & Commercial Law Section; DBA Construction Law Section; Gerstle Minissale Snelson; Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani; Griffith Davidson & Shurtleff; Jackson Walker; John C. Ford Inn of Court; the Kenrich Group; Lewis R. Sifford; McGuire, Craddock & Strother; Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr; Nixon Jach Hubbard; Peckar & Abramson; Slates Harwell; Strategic Construction; Underwood Law Firm; and Weinstein Radcliff.
For more information about the DBA, go to dallasbar.org. For more about the DBA Home Project Committee’s work with Habitat for Humanity, go to facebook.com/DBAHomeProject.