We are proud to be an integral part of the communities that have fostered us and are so much a part of our lives and the lives of our families. We are committed to enriching our communities through active involvement with our schools, civic organizations, cultural activities, and charitable and nonprofit organizations. We are sponsors, board members, business advisors, community activists and residents. Here are a few of the organizations that we have helped in recent years:

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"The Mary Bridge Children’s Foundation has been helping children and families in our community for over 25 years. Jim Morton and Mark Holcomb have served as chairmen of the Foundation board, and have been an integral part of the success of the Foundation. In recognition of Jim’s historical work with the Foundation and service on the board, Jim was elected as the first Board Emeritus position in 2013."

- Frank J. Colarusso, Executive Director, Mary Bridge Children’s Foundation

t_106-boys-and-girls-club "Morton McGoldrick has provided exceptional pro bono legal counsel to the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound for years. This has resulted in ensuring the best interest of our organization while allowing us to direct our donors' investments directly to serve the young people in our Clubs."

- Mark Starnes, President/CEO, Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound
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"Morton McGoldrick has provided PCAF an incomparable body of pro bono services over the past five years. Led by Kathleen Pierce, the quality of legal representation has been both extremely effective and of the highest quality. PCAF owes much to Morton McGoldrick and are fortunate to be the recipient of these services."

- Duane Wilkerson, Director, Pierce County AIDS Foundation

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"As a firm and as individuals, Morton McGoldrick provides valuable leadership and engagement in the greater Tacoma region. Whether it’s championing local causes or serving on nonprofit boards, the team at Morton McGoldrick works to make our community an even better place to call home."

-Rose Lincoln Hamilton, President & CEO, The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation