Avrek Law Firm Gives Back
Avrek Law Firm and Maryam Parman are committed to client services. The top personal injury lawyer and her team are also committed to the local communities in which they work, as well as those important to their clients.
Maryam Parman Foundation for Injured Children
Maryam Parman founded the California non-profit Maryam Parman Foundation for Injured Children (MPFIC) in 2017. While working as a personal injury attorney to represent plaintiffs, she witnessed many cases that involved children who had suffered from catastrophic injuries who were not being able get the compensation needed to cover current or future medical expenses. She made the decision to do something about this and established MPFIC to focus solely on funding healthcare services and providing mobility accommodations to children in need.
Find out more about MPFIC www.mpfic.org and see how you can help.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles – Giving Tuesday with KOST 104.3 FM and Ellen K
On Giving Tuesday in December 2018, Super Woman Super Lawyer, Maryam Parman donated a $10,000.00 check to help with the medical care efforts at The Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. Live on the radio with host Ellen K of iHeart Media’s KOST 103.5 FM, Maryam Parman was interviewed helping advocate the efforts of Giving Tuesday for CHLA.
MyWoman Wednesday – 104.3 MyFM and iHeart Media
Super Woman Super Lawyer, Maryam Parman and iHeart Media’s 104.3 MyFM encouraged listeners on Wednesday’s to nominate their local Women Hero of the week. Listeners submitted stories of the wives, mothers, daughters, friends and local women in the community whose stories needed to be heard. Once a month, out of all the incredible MyWoman Wednesday submissions, one story was selected and celebrated on the radio and surprised with a $1,000.00 check donated by Maryam Parman.
Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway – City of Pasadena Villa-Parke Community Center
In November 2017, Abogado Contigo and Maryam Parman in partnership with Radio Centro 93.9 FM and The City of Pasadena Villa-Parke Community Center got together and donated over 50 Turkeys to families in need to help celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday. Maryam and her team always love to get together to make sure the holidays are special for everyone!
Trauma Intervention Program
In addition to founding her own non-profit, Maryam Parman is also on the board of directors of Trauma Intervention Program (TIP). Established in 1985, TIP is a national non-profit that utilizes specially-trained citizen volunteers who respond to traumatic incidents to support victims and their families during the aftermath of an accident.
TIP Secret Santa 2018
TIP helps members of the community by recognizing their hardships and providing financial assistance. Click here to see the video of the 2018 TIP Secret Santa event!
Pep Rally – Orange Vista High School, Perris, CA
Super Woman Super Lawyer, Maryam Parman, along with iHeart Media’s 102.7 KISS FM’s Jesse Lozano and Dillion Francis, hosted a massive Pep Rally for the students at Orange Vista High School in Perris, CA. At the Pep Rally, Maryam Parman donated a $5,000 check to help with the class of 2018 Associated Student Body programs. Maryam Parman has always had a place in her heart to help the youth.
TIP Mentioned on Boise, ID Local TV
TIP was highlighted on a local Boise, Idaho TV station where volunteers explain how TIP helps the local community. Click here to see the video!
Chino Hills School Girls Basketball Team
Coach Joe, a former client of Maryam Parman, is the head coach for the girls Varsity basketball team at Chino Hills High School. He was involved in a serious accident that left him permanently injured, and his story touched her so much, she wanted to help his community in some way beyond her work as his personal injury lawyer. She is an active, annual sponsor of the team.
Ocean Vista High School Sharing the Spirit Party
Maryam Parman and MPFIC participate in the Sharing the Spirit Party organized by The Happiness Project OC. Volunteers helped to spread holiday cheer to the homeless and foster youth of Orange County. MPFIC set up a cookie decorating station where kids enjoyed sweet treats that they could decorate themselves! Lots of frosting, sprinkles, sugar, and other edible decorations were provided so that the kids had a yummy dessert to enjoy!