Hoffoss Devall believes that giving back to the community is not only an option but, a responsibility. Our firm is heavily committed to the success of numerous charities and community organizations throughout Southwest Louisiana. Our community involvement program ensures that our support is made not only by financial means but also with volunteered time and direct involvement by our attorneys and staff.
St. Nicholas Center for Early Childhood Intervention
The St. Nicholas Center is a not-for-profit center located in Lake Charles, Louisiana which provides educational, social and therapeutic services for children with Autism developmental delays, neurological disorders and to their families. With the generosity of community leaders, such as Hoffoss Devall, families are able to receive affordable therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. For more information, please visit www.stnickcenter.org.
McNeese Banners Cultural Series
The McNeese Banners Cultural Series is dedicated to bringing arts and humanities to the people of Southwest Louisiana. It puts on over 25 individual and 65 outreach programs to appeal to all ages and demographic groups. Banners relies on community sponsors, such as Hoffoss Devall, to bring entertainers from all over the country at little to no costs to the people of Southwest Louisiana. For more information, please visit www.banners.org.
Southwest Louisiana Law Center
The Southwest Louisiana Law Center is a not-for-profit organization that provides low-cost legal services to the people of Southwest Louisiana. Its primary work involves securing protective orders for battered women and working with the elderly. For more information, please call 1-800-930-5529.
Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk®
Each year, the Lake Charles Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association holds its annual Memory Walk – a fund raiser dedicated to the memories of those community members of Southwest Louisiana who have lost their battle with Alzheimer’s. Hoffoss Devall sponsors families who walk to remember their loved ones. For more information, please visit the Walk to End Alzheimer’s website.