The South Carolina personal injury attorneys of Mickle & Bass are committed to serving the community beyond the courtroom walls. We recognize that the practice of law brings with it a responsibility to support charitable efforts and organizations that enrich our community. Below are examples of our involvement and we encourage you to read more about these organizations.
Interview with Chief Judge Amy McCullough
November 21, 2020 – Our Attorney Ann Mickle participated in an interview with Chief Judge Amy McCullough regarding the benefits of having a Last Will & Testament on the Worship and Word Radio Network.
Posted by Worship & Word Network on Friday, November 20, 2020
“Exploring Black History at the College of Charleston and Beyond” hosted by Attorney at Law Derrick Williams
November 1, 2020 – The College of Charleston Alumni Association invited alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, and members of the community to participate in “Exploring Black History at the College of Charleston and Beyond” featuring Professor Emeritus Bernard Powers, PhD, Director of the College’s Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston and Interim CEO of the International African American Museum. This webinar is hosted by Attorney at Law Derrick Williams ’99, President, CofC Alumni Association.
Columbia Hands of Hope: Scholarship Opportunity
Pastors Judy and Arnold Williams of Hands of Hope Interdenominational Church are the co-founders of Columbia Hands of Hope. Hands of Hope is a certified nurses aide training program in South Carolina. Through the Columbia Hands of Hope training program, an individual has the opportunity to gain the knowledge and expertise needed to become a nurse’s assistant. Ann Mickle and Alan Bass recognize that the need is great for educational opportunities which lead to greater economic opportunities (i.e. better jobs, higher wages). Hands of Hope is a church-based community program which meets those objectives. Therefore, this year Mickle & Bass is sponsoring three scholarships. In January of 2018, six additional scholarship will be sponsored by Mickle & Bass. The scholarships include tuition payment for the program. As a result, Mickle and Bass covers not only tuition, but also the cost of the uniform, shoes and certain medical equipment needed for the training.
Community Kitchen of Myrtle Beach
For the past 25 years, the tradition of the Community Kitchen of Myrtle Beach is to feed the hungry. They serve the working poor, senior citizens, veterans, children, transients and the homeless. Last year, the Community Kitchen served more than 110,000 guests without regard to their situation or condition. The meals and fellowship are provided at no cost to their guests.
Mickle & Bass is proud to support the efforts of Community Kitchen to provide nourishment to those who are hungry.
Mickle and Bass are honored to participate as a sponsor of the Gethsemane Association as they seek to promote the spread of the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world.