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Time flies. We rang in our 30th year in business in 2017. We wanted to celebrate—but not in the traditional sense. We didn’t want to throw a fancy party. We hoped to create something to show how much Baltimore means to us; to let each of you take a glimpse at what our passion projects are, beyond our work at the firm. So, if you take 30 seconds or 30 minutes, we implore you to read nearly 30 stories of how RMG’s attorneys and staff members give back to this community and help make it a better place. We are proud to be good corporate stewards, because “we get it”—Baltimore needs us, and we need Baltimore.

Jerry Martin | St. Ignatius Loyola Academy

Why do you volunteer your time specifically with this organization? I started volunteering as a tutor for 6th grade students at the old school on Calvert Street in the former Loyola High School building in the late 1990s; there were no elevators with 4 floors to walk up, and no air conditioning.  I was a…

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Adam Ruther | South Baltimore Learning Center

Why do you volunteer your time specifically with this organization? SBLC is devoted to helping people help themselves in the most important way: by giving them the opportunity to develop the education and degree that they need to better their lives.  I found the organization through Ricky Adams (another associate at the firm), who was…

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Kat Glosenger | Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Light the Night Walk

Why do you volunteer your time specifically with this organization? I began getting involved with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society because our coworker, Kari Kelly, was getting people to donate and volunteer for the walk in memory of Melody Cronin (a former colleague who passed away from LLS).  I wasn’t fortunate enough to meet Mel,…

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RMG’s Day of Service with Harlem Park Elementary Middle School

In 2017, RMG decided to celebrate its 30th anniversary by giving back to the community its employees and clients live and work in–Baltimore City.  We partnered with Business Volunteers Maryland to find a Baltimore City Public School in need, and were paired with Harlem Park Elementary Middle School.  The school is located in the Sandtown…

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Jon May | Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Service (MVLS)

Why do you volunteer your time specifically with this organization? MVLS provides critical assistance to low income individuals who need legal services; it is truly a multiplying effect because they connect volunteer lawyers with the people who need their legal expertise.  They aren’t a huge organization but they make a huge impact.  MVLS is doing…

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Christine Pham | PACT: Parents and Children Together

Why do you volunteer your time specifically with this organization? I dedicate my time to PACT because it helps medically fragile children reach their fullest potential.  Their unique childcare facility is staffed with medical professionals who nurture and care for preschool children who other care facilities are unable or unwilling to take.  The organization also…

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Ben Rosenberg | Enoch Pratt Free Library

Why do you volunteer your time specifically with this organization? I think it is the most important educational institution in Baltimore.  It serves more people, for more varied purposes, than any other public or private educational institution in the city. Does this organization affect Baltimore as a whole? Every library has a preschool program where…

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Bill Hallam | Maryland Special Olympics

I’ve always had a soft spot for people with disabilities.  They have not done anything to bring it on themselves. Generally, they really take it in stride with good spirits.  The firm sponsored the United Cerebral Palsy of Central Maryland fundraiser one year, I volunteered at the event, and that was my largest exposure to…

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Peter Coolbaugh | Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum

Why do you volunteer your time specifically with this organization? This organization is something close to my heart because of my passion for baseball and the historical connection to Baltimore.  I was a late bloomer falling in love with baseball—but I’m an extremist, so when I fell in love, I really committed.  Even my wedding…

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