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Supporting the Community

The Alexandria Injury Attorneys at Blaszkow Legal, PLLC believe in the importance of giving back to support our local community. Our attorneys and staff regularly donate time, efforts, and resources to organizations that are focused on improving the safety and well being of the community. The organizations we support, include:

Project Backpack

Project Backpack began in 2022, and first went live in 2023. Blaszkow Legal gave out backpacks to the whole student body of John Adams Elementary School! The 2024 Project Backpack will see the program expanded to all students in Alexandria, Virginia!!!

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Alexandria ALIVE

Blaszkow Legal, PLLC is a continuing and active Trailblazer supporter of ALIVE!. ALIVE! is the oldest and largest private safety net in the City of Alexandria, Virginia dedicated to fighting poverty and hunger. An interfaith nonprofit organization founded in 1969, ALIVE! has over 50 member congregations, and is also supported by the City of Alexandria, local organizations and businesses, and volunteers.

Blaszkow Legal's team participates in the Empty Bowls events, as well as the Walkathon!

Jazz for Justice

Blaszkow Legal, PLLC is proud to be an supporter of Jazz 4 Justice. For over 20 years, Jazz4Justice concerts have benefitted local communities while providing high quality musical entertainment at concert halls, parks, and independent venues across the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia. To date, over 60 Jazz4Justice concerts and festivals have raised over $600,000 for much needed pro bono legal services, Jazz programs, and music scholarships. Jazz for Justice is put on, in large part, to support Legal Services of Northern Virginia. (End Distracted Driving) is a campaign of the Casey Feldman Foundation. Casey was 21 when she was killed by a distracted driver in Ocean City, NJ. She was struck while walking in a crosswalk on a beautiful summer day. The distracted driver said he never saw her. Following Casey’s death, her parents created and have worked to keep all of us safer on the roads from distracted drivers. Attorney Joseph A. Blaszkow volunteers to pass on the End Distracted Driving message with an award winning presentation that is available at no charge to school and community groups.