(November 7, 2012…Phoenix, AZ)…More than 20 employees of Burch & Cracchiolo and their family members teamed up with Valley Partnership on Saturday, November 3rd to participate in the environmental garden restoration project for the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC) Colonel Harland Sanders Center for Autism Studies. The educational facility is located at 2225 N. 16th Street in Phoenix. The B&C team spread gravel, finished painting murals and planted trees, bushes and shrubs to transform the site into a highly therapeutic environment for the center’s students. The Burch & Cracchiolo employees were part of the 25th Valley Partnership “Building Communities with Heart” that annually brings together Valley companies to complete a much deserved community project. A smaller renovation and clean-up project was also completed at SARRC’s center at 300 N. 18th Street in Phoenix.
About Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A.
Now with 42 attorneys in its Phoenix office, Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A. (bcattorneys.com) was founded 42 years ago by Haze Burch, now deceased, and Dan Cracchiolo one of Arizona’s premier lawyers who continues to engage in a thriving practice. The firm’s lawyers are leaders in the areas of business and corporate law, construction, estate and wealth preservation planning, family law, finance, labor and employment, litigation, real estate and taxation. Serving corporate, governmental and individual clients throughout the Southwest and nationally, Burch & Cracchiolo is known for outstanding and cost-effective representation that emphasizes client objectives. The firm has offices in Phoenix, Arizona; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Orange County, California. In order to better serve clients nationally and internationally, Burch & Cracchiolo is a member of Primerus, an international alliance of 170 law firms from 120 cities around the world. Firm co-founder, Dan Cracchiolo, has been a Trustee of the Steele Foundation since he helped form it on behalf of his clients, Horace and Ethel Steele. The Steele Foundation is among the Valley’s top 15 foundations. For information, contact Chris Long at 602.234.8746 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SARRC is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated to autism research, education and resources for children and young adults with autism and their families. SARRC undertakes self-directed and collaborative research projects, serves as a satellite site for national and international projects, and provides up-to-date information, training and assistance to families and professionals about autism and related disorders. For more information visit: www.autismcenter.org