Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals (FACP) – Sampson Collaborative Law sponsored multiple annual statewide Florida collaborative conferences.
FACP promotes and fosters Collaborative Practice statewide in Florida using a collaboratively-trained, interdisciplinary professional team. The team works with clients to resolve family law disputes and to restructure and preserve relationships. FACP envisions creating a culture in which the Collaborative Process is the prevailing method for resolving disputes. For more information, go to https://www.collaborativepracticeflorida.com.
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando – Sampson Collaborative Law regularly contributes to the organization.
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando began in 1937 as the Orlando Humane Society. For eight decades, it has provided positive and safe outcomes for pets. The organization dedicates focus on dogs and cats in Orange, Seminole and Osceola Counties. Pet Alliance provides for pets compassionate and knowledgeable services, innovative animal care, and veterinary medicine. For more information, go to https://petallianceorlando.org.
Harbor House – Sampson Collaborative Law contributes to Harbor House.
Harbor House guides the way for safer communities everywhere. HH develops, deploys, and models practices to eradicate domestic abuse in Central Florida. They work to prevent and eliminate domestic abuse in Central Florida.
Harbor House provides life-saving services to survivors, implements and advances best practices for dealing with domestic violence, and educates and engages the Central Florida community.
For more information, go to https://www.harborhousefl.com.
Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue, Inc – Sampson Collaborative Law has sponsored multiple fundraising gala events and regularly contributes to the organization.
In Northeast and North Central Florida, 30,000 animals die by euthanasia every year. Homeless, abandoned and abused animals crowd animal shelters and animal control facilities.
Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue, Inc. is a St. Augustine-based non-profit supporting adoption, spaying and neutering, and responsible animal care. Its services comprise education, outreach, adoption and fostering. Further, Ayla’s Acres maintains a 45-acre sanctuary where “unadoptable” animals may live out their lives with peace, love, and dignity. The organization launched a $2.6 million capital campaign to build Peter’s Friends Animal Resource Center in St. Johns County, Florida.
Ayla’s Acres receives no government funding. Instead it relies on private donations of money, supplies, and items sold through Ayla’s Acres Thriftique Shop (413 Anastasia Boulevard, St. Augustine, Florida). For more information, go to https://www.aylasacres.org.