Corporate Responsibility

PilieroMazza encourages all of its employees to participate in community service and pro bono work.  Finding one’s individual cause or passion with the support of the firm and its resources is a part of our culture and philosophy for giving back to the community.


Our Corporate Responsibility program includes all employees and encompasses a wide range of areas.  Our attorneys have leadership roles in nonprofit organizations and provide training to small businesses for area organizations.  We also participate in community based activities to benefit veterans, the homeless, and metro area families by providing food, school supplies, clothing, and toys.

Leadership

  • Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce empowers its members to succeed by offering a broad array of business development opportunities.   
  • Women Impacting Public Policy is a national nonpartisan public policy organization that advocates for women and minorities in business in the legislative processes of our nation.
  • National Veterans Small Business Coalition ensures that veteran businesses are given first consideration for federal prime and subcontracting procurement opportunities.

Community Service

  • CLIPUS Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping children in need gain a more meaningful education. Their goal is to distribute school supplies to children who cannot afford them.
  • Capitol Area Food Bank feeds the hungry in the
    DC area.
  • Toys for Tots distributes toys be the USMC to less fortunate children
  • Wreaths Across America's mission is to Remember, Honor & Teach by laying wreaths at veterans' cemeteries.
  • Lawyers Have Heart - 5K & 10K runs to support
    the American Heart Association
  • Hero Dogs raises and trains service dogs and gives them free of charge to veterans to improve quality of life and restore independence.
  • USO lifts the spirits of America's troops and their families.

Training

  • Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation provides business services that help attract, retain, and expand businesses, create high-quality jobs, and expand Prince George’s County’s commercial tax base.
  • Maryland Women's Business Center helps women and men throughout our community start and grow successful women-owned enterprises positioned for long-term growth through training, resources, access to funding and individual assistance.
  • GovConNet Institute provides advanced training
    to federal government contractors in the transitional stage with the real world tools and knowledge needed to succeed at the next level and increase owner value.
  • National Center for the Veteran Institute for Procurement is the country’s first-ever program to train veteran service-disabled and veteran owned small businesses to succeed in the federal contracting market.

Pro Bono

  • Operation Homefront provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors.
  • Capitol City Community Development Corporation helps establish veteran owned businesses as well as other career opportunities. 
  • Women of the Dream provides programs and resources to meet the needs and challenges of African-American girls, and prepare them for personal, career, and economic success.