CFMR proudly supported the recent KidSport Creating Community Champions Gala by sponsoring a table at the event and donating the seats to deserving people in the community. The event Planning Committee invited nine long time Richmond community youth coaches to attend, and highlighted each of their dedicated service during the evening.
“We were extremely happy the way banquet attendees showed their appreciation for these dedicated, long serving coaches,” says Bob Jackson, Chair of KidSport- Richmond Chapter, “ … this was one of the highlights of the Gala evening.”
In addition to supporting the Gala, CFMR is an ongoing sponsor of KidSports, providing funds to help children from families in need to enjoy a season of sport with the organization.
CFMR is committed to playing their part, “So ALL Kids Can Play”.
CFMR is pleased to welcome Richmond native, Aron Mand to the firm. Aron practices in a broad range of litigation matters including civil and commercial litigation, real estate, personal injury, collections, employment and human rights. A detailed profile of Aron and the experience he brings to the CFMR team is available on the firm’s website.
Calling All Richmond Lawyers and Law Firms! Rise to the Challenge with CFMR
For the 2nd year, CFMR is donating to the Richmond Christmas Fund and challenges all Richmond lawyers and/or firms to join them in making a donation. Every year, the Richmond Christmas Fund helps more than 2,000 Richmond individuals and families in need, providing them with grocery vouchers, toys, books and gift cards. Every donation, no matter how large or small, contributes to the Christmas Fund’s success in helping senior, families and children in our community.
Please note that while your donation supports the Richmond Christmas Fund, your tax receipt will be issued by the Chimp: Charitable Impact Foundation, which is itself a registered charity.
On November 2, 2017, FACL BC (Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers) hosted their Annual Gala at the Vancouver Convention Centre. CFMR lawyers and articling students in attendance were Karla Mukai, Esteban Kähs, Samuel Suk, Gary Hou, and Jennifer Hau. This year, among many speakers at the event, we heard former Vancouver Police Department chief, Jim Chu, speak about his inspirational journey as a visible minority in the Vancouver Police Department working his way to becoming the chief of the department.
CFMR lawyers enjoy FACL Gala. L to R: Samuel Suk, Jennifer Hau, Karla Mukai, Esteban Kähs, and Gary Hou.