Giving Back to the Community

The people of Wendel Rosen are an energetic and giving bunch.  Many of the firm's attorneys and employees contribute through time and money to nonprofit organizations and community efforts in Oakland, Modesto and their individual communities, sitting on boards of directors and volunteering time to committees and fund raisers.

Requests for sponsorships and donations should be directed to

Representative Organizations:

  • 1% for the Planet (Green Business Practice)
  • AIDS Walk San Francisco
  • Alameda Chamber of Commerce
  • Alameda County Agricultural Advisory Committee
  • American Jewish Committee
  • American Red Cross, Alameda County Leadership Board
  • Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters
  • Build it Green
  • Contra Costa County Family Stress Center
  • Danville/Sycamore Valley Rotary Club
  • East Bay EDA
  • East Bay Regional Park District Foundation
  • Generation Earth
  • Green Resource Center, Board of Directors
  • HomeAid
  • Inner City Advisors
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, "Walk to Cure Diabetes"
  • Lake Merritt Coastal Cleanup
  • Leadership Oakland
  • Leukemia Society
  • McClymonds High School Merit Scholar Award Committee, Board Member
  • Modesto Rotary
  • National Organization of Albinism & Hypopigmentation
  • Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
  • Oakland Rotary Club, No. 3
  • Oakland Zoo
  • Project Open Hands
  • Rainforest Action Network
  • Rebuilding Together Oakland
  • Sophia Project
  • Uhuru Movement
  • U.S. Green Building Council, Northern California Chapter
  • Volunteer Center of San Francisco

Rebuilding Together Oakland

Since 2005, a Wendel Rosen team of workers has pooled their skills to help restore housing through the Rebuilding Oakland Together (RTO) Program. Team members worked on projects including exterior painting, yard clean-up and fence repair. For every dollar that Rebuilding Together Oakland spends, volunteers perform at least three dollars worth of work in Oakland. For more information about the organization, visit the Rebuilding Together Oakland website.