Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP) - Legal Services to Help Break the Cycle of Poverty and Homelessness in Philadelphia
The Homeless Advocacy Project held its Annual Benefit on April 6, 2017 at the Sofitel Philadelphia. The benefit raised over $200,000 from sponsorship, individual donations and silent auction contributions. All proceeds directly benefit HAP’s legal service programs.
L to R: Sara Brandes and Larry Kotler, Co-Chairs of the 2016 HAP Benefit and Marsha Cohen, HAP Executive Director
Annual Benefit 2016: Sara Brandes, Larry Kotler, Marsha Cohen

Annual Benefit Sponsors

HAP would like to thank the following sponsors of the 2017 Benefit:

Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg
Reger Rizzo & Darnall
Soloman Law
The Reliable Companies
Montgomery McCracken Walker &
Reilly Janiczek McDevitt Henrich &
Christopher C. Fallon, Jr.
Beneficial Bank
Subaru of America, Inc.
Margolis Edelstein
Feldman Shepherd
  Wohlgelernter Tanner
  Weinstock & Dodig
Julie and Tom Wamser
Marshall Dennehey Warner
  Coleman & Goggin
Nancy A. Smith
Dilworth Paxson
Rita and Lawrence Kotler
Duane Morris
Independence Foundation
Panitch Schwarze Belisario
  & Nadel
Courtney and Chuck Ercole
Kline & Specter
Philadelphia Bar Association
Raynes McCarty
Carol Nelson Shepherd
Nancy and John Rogers
Madeline Sherry and
  Frank Devine
Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett
  & Bendesky
E. Blaine Stanley
USI Affinity
Wapner Newman Wigrizer
  Brecher & Miller
Other Supporters
Silent Auction Donors
Our Appreciation

Projector provided by the Philadelphia Bar Association


Benefit Photo Gallery

HAP Annual Benefit 2016

Fundraising Committee for the 2017 HAP Benefit (L to R): Madeline Sherry of Gibbons; Kathy Ochroch of Blank Rome; Sandra Madden of PNC and Co-Chair of the Benefit; Sara Brandes of Lexis Nexis and Co-Chair of the Benefit; Marsha Cohen of HAP; Brooke McGlinn of Morgan Lewis; Jennedy Johnson of PECO; and Alex Morigi of HAP. Not pictured: Jennifer Seme of Gibbons and Co-Chair of the Benefit; Margie Morris of Reger Rizzo; Carol Nelson Shepherd of Feldman Shepherd; Nancy Smith of Lincoln Financial; and Tom Wamser of CHUBB.

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