Mette, Evans & Woodside not only takes pride in the ongoing relationships we develop with our clients, we are also proud of our staff's involvement in the Central PA community.
The attorneys and professional staff at Mette, Evans & Woodside know the importance of leading balanced lives with our work, families and community service. We are dedicated to the practice of law as well as serving our community.
Asbury Foundation / Bethany Village • Fredrickson Library • Hamilton Health Center • Paxton Ministries • RSVP of the Capital Region • Ned Smith Center • Rotary Club International • Jersey Shore Hospital • New Jersey Cure • World Surgical Foundation
RSVP of the Capital Region
RSVP of the Capital Region is a volunteer-based organization who recruits, trains and places volunteers in not-for-profit agencies, schools, government offices, hospitals and senior residences. Mette, Evans & Woodside partners with RSVP for an annual children's book drive to encourage children to read. Learn more about RSVP of the Capital Region.
The Fredricksen is the largest public library in Cumberland County and houses 120,000 items on their shelves. The library estimates that it serves 500,000 people annually through visits or access to online information. Mette, Evans & Woodside has sponsored the quarterly newsletter, The Patron, for the Fredricksen Library and attorney, Kathryn L. Simpson, serves on the Board of Trustees for the library. Learn more about the Fredricksen Library.
Paxton Ministries is a Christ-centered, 501©(3) nonprofit organization providing affordable housing and support services to adults in need, many of whom are challenged with poverty, mental illness, or intellectual disabilities. Mette, Evans & Woodside helps sponsor a variety of events for the organization. Learn more about Paxton Ministries.
Wreaths Across America
Mette, Evans & Woodside has purchased its holiday wreaths from Wreaths Across America that will decorate our doors this holiday season. Wreaths Across America provides fresh wreaths for the graves of soldiers buried in National Cemeteries. For each of the wreaths the Firm purchased, one will be laid on a grave of a soldier buried at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
Visit www.wreathsacrossamerica.org for more information.
Firm Collects Food to Aid Needy Families
The attorneys and staff at Mette, Evans & Woodside hold various events throughout the year to benefit the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. Working together, the employees gather non-perishable food items and fundraise money for families who receive help from the food bank.
To learn more about the community campaign or how you can get involved, visit the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank website.
Mette, Evans & Woodside is a sponsor and participant for the Asbury Foundation Caring Classic Golf Tournament. The tournament raises funds for "Benevolent Care" which is the discounting of fees, including monthly and ancillary fees, and payment of certain expenses, for residents who have exhausted their assets. Learn more about the Asbury Foundation.
Ned Smith Center
The Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art was founded in 1993 to celebrate the life and works of its namesake, the nationally recognized wildlife artist, naturalist and writer Ned Smith. Mette, Evans and Woodside has been a longtime sponsor of their events such as the golf event and the sporting clay shooting event. Learn more about the Ned Smith Center.
Pennsylvania Friends of Agriculture Foundation
Mette, Evans & Woodside was a Bronze Sponsor for the Pennsylvania Friends of Agriculture foundation. Their mission is the preservation and promotion of agriculture – the largest of the Commonwealth's industries. Learn more about the Pennsylvania Friends of Agriculture Foundation.
United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) educates, advocates and provides support services to ensure a life without limits for people with a spectrum of disabilities. Mette, Evans & Woodside is a proud sponsor of UCP and their goal of assisting people with disabilities to nurture development and independence. Learn more about United Cerebral Palsy.