Community Outreach Activities

CCBA members are invited to participate in planned activities to help the community at large in southern Nevada.

CCBA Volunteers at Project 150

  • Why: Group activity to benefit homeless teenagers served by the Project 150. Project 150 is a local non-profit with a mission to offer free support and services to homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students in the Southern Nevada area so they can remain in school and graduate.
  • When: Saturday, Apr. 6, 2024, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
  • Where: Project 150, 3600 N. Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89130
  • What: Volunteers will help with:
    • Making food bags
    • Sorting donations
    • Restocking Betty’s Boutique
    • Activities are determined by the needs of the day 
  • Who: CCBA members and the family members may volunteer.* Minimum age to volunteer is 10 years old. Volunteers ages 10-13 require guardian.
  • Mandatory Dress Code: Comfortable shirt, pants, and closed-toe shoes.
  • RSVP to CCBA for this group activity: https://clarkcountybar.org/community-service-activities/ccba-volunteers-for-project-150/

Law Day Activities

The CCBA is recruiting Nevada lawyers to volunteer at the legal resource fair at Nellis AFB on May 1, 2024. Also, the CCBA will host continuing legal education programs for USAF legal personnel and CCBA members to take place via webcast. Topics for the CLEs will be related to family law and landlord tenant law, and immigration matters relevant to Nevada.

CCBA members and Nevada lawyers who are interested in participating should contact the CCBA office at 702-387-6011 for more information.

Blanket the Homeless Program

Please be so kind as to help us to provide the gift of new rescue blankets to individuals experiencing homelessness. Make a donation to the Mark Blackman Blanket the Homeless program. Thank you!

Donate now: https://clarkcountybar.org/community-service-activities/blanket-the-homeless/.

Donate Goods to The Shade Tree

Your generous contributions to The Shade Tree play a crucial role in supporting survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking and helping them rebuild their lives. By donating essential items, you are making a direct impact on the well-being and safety of The Shade Tree’s clients and their children. 

Please donate items that are currently in high demand and listed in their seasonally updated list on their website. See https://theshadetree.org/donate-goods/. Remember, for the safety and well-being of their clients, they can only accept new or gently used items in clean and good condition.

For more information about the CCBA’s community outreach services, contact CCBA Community Service Committee Chair Benjamin Gordon at Naylor & Braster or Stephanie Abbott at the CCBA office. Thank you!

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