Sodoma Law Foundation

Organizations that Benefit
In 2014 Sodoma Law announced the creation of the Sodoma Law Foundation. The Foundation supports organizations addressing issues to which the firm is deeply committed: those that improve the well-being of children regionally and nationally, and those that support the charitable endeavors of the Mecklenburg County’s legal community. The Sodoma Law Foundation formalizes and expands an ongoing tradition at this leading Family Law practice of significant contributions to these causes. It aggregates the firm’s charitable endeavors, both pro bono work and contributed funds, into areas where they can make the maximum impact.

Pat’s Place Child Advocacy Center

As the only child advocacy center in Mecklenburg County serving children from birth to age 18, Pat’s Place provides a physical environment where a child’s well-being is our first priority, reducing trauma and promoting healing from sexual abuse.

Dreamcatcher Society

The first organization to benefit from the Sodoma Law Foundation, a group devoted to making possible projects that enhance patients quality of care. Nicole and Ron Sodoma have pledged an annual donation, running through at least 2018, on behalf of the Sodoma Law Foundation.

Good Friends Charlotte

It began in 1987 when four good friends put their heads together over lunch. Catherine Browning, Alice Folger, Sally Saussy, and Patty Norman assembled a diverse group of women to serve as the convening committee of what would become known as Good Friends. They raise funds for those who need help and have exhausted all other agencies and resources.

Safe Alliance

Safe Alliance assists over 12,000 people annually throughout Mecklenburg County and Lake Norman. They also reach thousands more through our educational and prevention programs as well as institutional advocacy efforts. They provide hope and healing for people in crisis including providing a safe haven in instances of domestic violence, case management and counseling.

Baby Bundles

To provide newborn essentials to families in financial need in the Charlotte area, helping them get a positive start with their baby.

Ronald McDonald House

Since 1974, our network of local Chapters have been keeping families close to top children’s hospitals and giving them a place to rest and refresh while their children receive treatment.
Graphic depiction of a child hugging an adult. Logo for Council of Children's rights.

Counsel of Children's Rights

Council for Children’s Rights envisions a community committed to standing up, speaking out, and acting to ensure every child’s right to be safe, healthy, and well-educated.
Community Shelter of Union County logo. Emergency Shelter, Food, and Rehousing.

Community Shelter of Union County

The Community Shelter of Union County was operated by Crisis Assistance from 1985 to 1994 as a winter shelter with maximum capacity of 15 male clients. A 1992 study of homelessness in Union County indicated the number of homeless was increasing. The need for comprehensive services to assist those individuals and families was evident.

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