Community Involvement

Morrison Mahoney LLP is committed to serving our community by investing our time and resources into a variety of causes. We recognize our duty and responsibility to improve the lives of others in the communities in which we live in work - both on a local and national level. Our attorneys also engage in a wide variety of civic, charitable, educational, and social efforts, and hold leadership roles in many non-profit organizations.

Primary Organizations and Events That We Support*

  • American Cancer Society - Making Strides of Providence
  • American Heart Association
  • Babes Against Cancer & The Bridge
  • Baystate Health Foundation
  • Boston Bar Foundation
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Hartford
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of West Springfield
  • Children’s Law Project - Hampden County Bar Association
  • Church Street Eats
  • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  • Frontotemporal Degeneration (FTD) Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation
  • Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association (MBLA)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital COVID-19 Emergency Fund
  • Massachusetts Law Reform Institute
  • Massachusetts Military Support Foundation
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • Myocarditis Foundation
  • New England Center and Home for Veterans (NECHV)
  • Pan-Mass Challenge
  • St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
  • The Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center for Trauma Innovation (SSCTI) at Brigham & Women’s Hospital
  • The Insurance Library Association of Boston



Ronald McDonald House CharitiesRonald McDonald House Charities


Morrison Mahoney’s Springfield office prepared and served a meal at the Springfield Ronald McDonald House for 12 families and a total of 24 people. The facility was recently renovated and houses up to 21 families from all over the world whose children are being treated at local hospitals. The volunteers made tacos with an ice cream bar for dessert.

Founded in 1974, the Ronald McDonald House Charities operates in more than 64 countries and regions worldwide to create, find and support programs to improve the health and well-being to children and their families. Learn more here.


NECHV’s Leave No One Behind GalaNECHV

Morrison Mahoney participated as a sponsor of the annual Leave No One Behind Gala in support of the New England Center and Home for Veterans (NECHV). The NECHV serves as a resource and shelter for veterans having difficulty transitioning back to civilian life. It is the only facility of its kind located in a major urban center. Through the dedication of its staff, volunteers, and financial support from organizations like Morrison Mahoney, it has played an integral role in reducing homelessness among veterans in Boston by over 40% in the last few years.

To learn more about the NECHV, please visit


Judicata 5K3rd Annual Race Judicata: A Run for the Bar 5K

Morrison Mahoney’s Springfield team sponsored the Hampden County Bar Association's (HCBA) 3rd Annual Race Judicata: A Run for the Bar 5K at the Ashley Reservoir, Holyoke, MA. Thank you to Jeff O’Connor for leading our efforts and congrats to Noah Rabin who crossed the finish line first out of our contingent and an impressive 7th overall! Proceeds raised from this year's event will benefit the HCBA's Children's Law Project.

To learn more this project, please click here.


Lawyers Have a Heart 5K

Lawyers Have Heart

The Morrison Mahoney "MM Machine" road race team participated in the Lawyers Have Heart 5K race at the Boston Cruiseport. The event raised money for the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association. The team slogan, "running faster than the statute of limitations," while clever, didn't do justice to some of the speedsters in this group, consisting of Justin Starr, Richard Hennessy, Norman Castillo, Jake Cuneo, Brent Tingle, Phil Hirshberg, Harrison Barrow, Anna Gray-Jenney, Kaci McCorkell, Amy Yarbro, Jessica Savino, Lori Vaulding, Janelle Gordon, Corey Mastin, Rachel McCloskey, Sean Milano, Mikaela Hares, and Matthew Holmes. A special thanks goes out to team Captain Richard Hennessey for organizing the event.