As 2022 came to a close, we had the pleasure of attending WakeUp Carolina’s annual fundraising breakfast, where the nonprofit sets the stage for the next year of operations and growth.
Earlier this month, the Yarborough Applegate team joined fellow community members to celebrate the launch of Charleston mental health support nonprofit Quest in Recovery.
The evening will be a special opportunity for community members to gather in celebration of an organization that has been committed to improving quality of life in the Charleston area since 1983.
Partner David Lail established the first-ever Dram Shop Justice Award to recognize the role law enforcement plays in addressing a root cause of drunk driving— unsafe alcohol providers.
Dee Norton is one of several nonprofits our firm champions as we seek to build stronger, healthier local communities through our legal work and philanthropic commitments.
The annual event raises awareness and funds to eliminate drunk and drugged driving.
When businesses commit to safe alcohol service, they play their part in keeping drunk drivers off the roads and making our communities safer.
In our pursuit of civil justice for victims of drunk driving, our firm works in partnership with local law enforcement to hold all wrongdoers accountable.
Yarborough Applegate is proud to support statewide innovation by contributing to South Carolina Research Authority’s (SCRA) Industry Partnership Fund.
As we savor the final days of 2021, we wanted to take a moment and revisit some of the year’s defining movements for our team here at Yarborough Applegate, and extend our deepest gratitude to all those who we’ve had the honor of working with along the way.
Yarborough Applegate’s David Yarborough was the keynote speaker of the event, which raised $65,000 for the Charleston-area organization.
We are currently representing victims in a lawsuit over the alleged incidents of child sexual abuse at North Charleston’s NewSpring Church, and will stop at nothing to secure justice for survivors of all ages.