Berry Law Firm’s dedication to the rights and well being of Nebraskans and Veterans goes beyond the courtroom. Berry Law is proud to sponsor and participate in a number of activities benefiting the lives of military servicemembers and every Nebraskan who values the warrior ethos.
The constant challenges of service help forge America’s warriors into a strong and cohesive unit. Unfortunately, the sudden withdrawal from the stress and camaraderie can too often lead to a loss of purpose in Servicemembers and their families when they return to civilian life. Berry Law understands the need to provide supportive reintegration services and we are grateful to have had the opportunity to sponsor the Big Red Challenge, an adventure race that supports Veterans in their transition home.
Visit our Big Red Challenge page for more information.
We are proud to offer the Berry Law Military Family Scholarship. This scholarship is designed to support US servicemembers, US military Veterans, and military families. The winner of this award will receive a $5,000 scholarship to further their education. The deadline to apply is December 31, 2020. For more details on how to apply, please visit our scholarship page.
To view our previous scholarship recipients click here.
Mental Health in the military community is an important issue for us. That’s why we are proud to sponsor At Ease USA, a nonprofit organization that supports active military, veterans and their families with confidential, research-supported, cost-effective treatment for post-traumatic stress (PTSD) and related disorders.
Rabble Mill is a nonprofit that enhances communities through education, outreach and storytelling across subcultures — skateboarding, music and art. The Bay is a division of Rabble Mill that focuses on helping young people dream bigger by providing opportunities, exposure and career pipelines within skateboarding, music and digital art.
With a significant number of employees having served in the Nebraska National Guard, Berry Law is a natural partner with NGANE. In addition to being a corporate sponsor of the organization, Berry Law also supports by hosting book club events for the group, contributing to tailgates, and sponsoring the annual golf tournament.
Lincoln-based GIRLPowR is dedicated to empowering girls by fostering their self-worth, socioeconomic independence, leadership potential and vocational opportunities. Their programs are both local and international – they provide opportunities for Nebraska’s future female leaders while also helping raise the standards of living and independence of girls in Central America.
The constant challenges of service help forge America’s warriors into a strong and cohesive unit. Unfortunately, these same forces too often lead to a loss of purpose in Servicemembers and their families when they return to civilian life. Berry Law understands the need to provide supportive reintegration services, which is why we are grateful to have been sponsors of the 6th Annual Big Red Challenge, an adventure race that supports a non-profit dedicated to helping Veterans in their transition home. Visit our Big Red Challenge page for more information.
Berry Law Firm provides services to parents and relatives of special needs individuals, and as part of that mission is a supporter of the Autism Family Network. The AFN supports and advocates for individuals and their families with autism spectrum disorders by providing social opportunities, recreational experiences, community inclusion and promotion of a positive, respectful image of people with autism and their families.
The Nebraska National Guard Museum in Seward, Nebraska, aims to preserve the history and heritage of the state’s citizen-soldiers. Featuring several major interactive exhibits and thousands of artifacts ranging from medicine vials to tanks, the museum is open to the public for both visits and events. Berry Law has been a long-time supporter and is the annual sponsor of the Museum’s Run to St Lo 5K, which honors the memory of the Nebraskans who fell in the liberation of St Lo, France, in 1944.
Berry Law employees volunteer for Junior Achievement, one of America’s foremost organizations to help promote work-readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy skills among youth. Berry Law offers “visit-the-office” days for JA youth and is committed to fostering an entrepreneurial spirit in school-aged children.
Berry Law Firm was the ammunition sponsor for a clay shoot event in 2018 designed to raise money for the Homes for Our Troops foundation that builds and donates specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post–9/11 Veterans, especially amputees.
The purpose of the Military Family Scholarship is to allow students to share how military service has impacted their life. Many of the attorneys at Berry Law are former and retired military personnel who understand what the life of a service member requires. To find out more about this scholarship and how you can apply, please visit our scholarship page.
Be sure to check out our scholarship winners page as well to see who has received this scholarship in previous years.
Berry Law Firm has provided support to the families of the 155th Air Wing through involvement with the spouses’ association.
Omaha Marian High School is a college preparatory school for young women founded by the Servants of Mary. The mission of Marian High School is to commit all its resources to the college preparatory education of young women, teaching them to be leaders and lifelong learners in a society where their talents and faith will give hope to the world. Berry Law Firm has been a proud sponsor of fundraising events to further the school’s mission.
We have donated to support the CVMA in Nebraska, and one of our employees is an active member.
Berry Law Firm sponsored and participated in the 2018 Omaha Silkies Hike. Targeted at ending Veteran Suicide through camaraderie and the gallows humor of the battlefield, Irreverent Warriors holds Silkies Hikes across the country every year. The concept of the hike is going 22 Kilometers with 22 Kilograms on your back for the 22 Veteran Suicides a day – in combat boots, a ruck, and Silkies (the short green PT shorts worn by Marines).
100s Men Who Care – Lincoln is a unique form of crowdfunding for nonprofits. Events are based around each attendee donating $100, which is later given to a local nonprofit selected by the group. Attendees nominate local nonprofits, three of which are picked at random to pitch why they deserve support and then the entire group votes to determine the winning nonprofit that will receive the funds. Berry Law has sent representatives to the events for several years in a row.