Page, Wolfberg & Wirth announces diversity program with pro-bono legal services
The EMS law firm's Inclusion Initiative will provide up to 25 hours of pro bono services to assist EMS entrepreneurs in Black, minority and historically disadvantaged communities
By Rachel Engel
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — An EMS law firm announced the creation of a program designed to boost the success rate of minority-owned industry startups.
Page, Wolfberg & Wirth's Inclusion Initiative seeks to assist up to five businesses owned by Black, minority and historically disadvantaged communities by providing 25 hours of pro bono legal services in 2021.
"The PWW Inclusion Initiative is one small way that PWW seeks to give back, and to help fulfill a vision of a more socially conscious and diverse EMS profession," a press release about the initiative read.
EMS startup owners eligible to apply for the initiative include:
- African American
- Asian American
- Arab or other middle Eastern Americans
- Native Americans
- Native Hawai'ians and other Pacific Islanders
- Alaska natives
- Other historically underrepresented constituencies in EMS
For more information and to receive additional application requirements, email Lisa Bernhard at email@example.com.
The application period runs from Jan. 1-31.