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Community Outreach

Roth Jackson condemns all forms of racism, violence and hatred against Asian Americans, the LGBTQIA+ community, Black Americans, indigenous peoples and other historically marginalized groups.

We stand by the fact that all people deserve to be treated with dignity, respect and compassion.

We are committed to educating ourselves on matters related to diversity, equity, and inclusion to better promote these values in our offices and in the legal profession.

Roth Jackson is a proud member of the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance. The Law Firm Antiracism Alliance is a national group of private law firms partnering with legal service organizations to promote racial equality in the law.

Roth Jackson is proud to be active in giving back to the community. As a firm, we believe it is important to support charitable organizations and causes that are not only important to our employees but to those we work for as well. Below is a list of the many non-profits, organizations and causes we have supported in the past:

  • Anna Julia Cooper School
  • Art Washburn Community Classic
  • Autism Society Central Virginia
  • AYUDA
  • Cameron Gallagher Foundation
  • Cancer Linc
  • CARITAS
  • Catholic Heart Work Camp
  • Central Virginia Legal Aid Society
  • Comfort Zone Camp
  • Commonwealth Catholic Charities
  • Fairfax County Office of Elections
  • Fairfax County Public Schools
  • Family Lifeline
  • Feed More
  • Friends Council for WVTF/Radio IQ
  • Henrico Christmas Mother
  • Maymont Foundation
  • Michael J. Fox Foundation
  • Northern Virginia Pro Bono Law Center
  • NOVA 94 Feet
  • Operation Second Chance
  • Orphan Care Ethiopia
  • Pancakes for Parkinson’s
  • Rebuild Haiti
  • Richmond Children’s Hospital
  • Richmond Public Library
  • SCAN of Greater Richmond
  • Sleep in Heavenly Peace
  • Southside Community Development & Housing
  • Thrifty Sisters
  • Trinity Episcopal School
  • Truro Preschool & Kindergarten
  • Virginia Capital Trail Foundation
  • Wounded Warrior Project