Since its inception, Murphy & McGonigle has made it a priority to give back to the community through partnerships with area non-profit organizations. We are as passionate about being good partners in our community as we are about our work, encouraging our employees and providing opportunities for them to give back too.
Governor and First Lady Northam and the Virginia Council on Women have announced the winners of the eighth annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Essay Contest for young women in their junior and senior years of high school.
Murphy & McGonigle served as a sponsor of the 2018 Emily Cella Golf Tournament on Sat., Sept. 16 at the Bristow Manor Golf Club in Bristow, VA.
The lawyers and staff in Murphy & McGonigle's Richmond office are helping to take the sting out of returning to school for local youth in Richmond.
Lawyers, staff and family members of Murphy & McGonigle took to the streets of Richmond on Sat., May 5 to participate in the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s 2018 “Walk for Wishes” event. By virtue of the 800 walkers, the local chapter of Make-A-Wish was able to raise over $165,000 to grant wishes for children with life-threatening conditions.
The Virginia Council on Women received essay submissions this year from 500 young women – high school juniors and seniors – and doubled the number of entries from a year ago. Five winners to the contest were named, and each was awarded a $10,000 scholarship.
Each year Murphy & McGonigle collects school supplies to give to local charities in our communities so that more children have the materials they need to start the school year off right.
Murphy & McGonigle keeps putting on the pounds and won the "Brunswick Stew Award"!
Another great showing by Murphy & McGonigle is on the books! We were able to give the equivalent of more than 25,000 lbs. worth of food.
Murphy & McGonigle's New York office participated in the Daily News food drive again this year, and it was a raging success.
Over the past year more than 83,000 NYC school kids experienced homelessness at some point. Many of these children lack even the most basic school supplies and will start the school year feeling unprepared as well as terrified of being teased as a “shelter kid.” This program makes sure that these kids get a new backpack filled with the school supplies needed for their grade level just like everyone else on the first day of school.