Giving Back

Being involved within our local and national communities is integral to our culture at Johnson Lambert.


How We

Make a Difference

Johnson Lambert participates in community service throughout the year. We believe in the power of giving back to the communities in which we live and work, and we support our team in their service-related endeavors.


How We Give Back and

Make It Count

From office community service where each office selects service activities within their local communities, to firmwide giving where we select several organizations to donate to, our team members find individual and collective ways to be involved and give back.


Office-Organized Community Service Activities


Personal Community Service Days


Firmwide Giving


In-Person Service Opportunities


Virtual Service Projects


Where You Can Find Us

In The Community

As it has been part of the Johnson Lambert culture since inception to invest in and support the communities in which we live and work, Johnson Lambert prioritizes community service, charitable contributions to the organizations that mean the most to our employees and our clients.

Office Community Service

Each of our offices play an important role in how Johnson Lambert supports its local communities. Throughout the year, each office selects the service activities they will complete and the organizations they will work with. Each office typically plans up to four community service projects annually, which usually take place during business hours.

Personal Community Service

All employees receive 16 hours of paid time off to work with the organizations that inspire their passion. Whether they’re on the board of a nonprofit, volunteering at a food bank, or providing some TLC to the residents of their local shelter, we encourage all of our employees to get involved and give back!

Firmwide Giving

Every year, the firm sets aside money to give back to organizations that are important to our teams. Each office selects which causes the dollars go toward. In 2020, we featured several organizations during our 16 Days of Giving on social media.

In-Person Service

From school supply drives, teaching students the fundamentals of reading or math, cleaning up local parks or spreading mulch, building homes for those in need, to sorting fruit at a food back, to canned food drives, when our teams are able to, we support many different local organizations with in-person volunteer efforts.

Virtual Service

2020 provided a new opportunity for virtual service projects. During our June Orientation, interns and full-time employees participated in a virtual service project where they could choose from a variety of activities, such as writing letters to health care workers or sending cards to children at hospitals. During the winter holiday season, our New Jersey team was also able to tap into their creative sides and send cheerful drawings with a local nonprofit that works with senior citizens, deployed military, and anyone in need of a smile!


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