Corporate Social Responsibility

1Summary
Adriaans Attorneys strive to make a meaningful contribution to the communities in which we live, work and do business. All this is achieved through our corporate social responsibility policy which outlines our role in investing in our communities.

The firm’s corporate social responsibility programme range from legal assistance to providing sponsorship to various organisations.
2Our Community Outreach Programme
Wynberg St John’s AFC: Since 2011 Adriaans Attorneys provided much needed sponsorship to the Wynberg St Johns AFC under 9 tournaments. Our firm is committed to the development of football in the Western Cape and in the greater South Africa. We believe that the development of these juniors teaches important life skills (i.e. leadership, sociality and team work among others) that hone a young person to become a successful leader of tomorrow.

The Kensington Home for the aged: Adriaans Attorneys has partnered with Kenfac Foot Clinic that operates under the auspices of The Kensington Home for the Aged. The clinic is a community based outreach programme which renders a much needed service of foot care to indigent, elderly, diabetic, physically challenged and infirmed persons in the community.

The Anglican Church of Southern Africa Diocese of Saldanha Bay – St. Johns: This organization has been serving the community since the 1960’s and provide chariable assistance to the community in which they operate. There social outreach programme provides food parcels to needy families and offer a clothing bank to individuals who are in need of such support.
3Pro – Bono Legal Work
At Adriaans Attorneys we understand that attaining sound legal advice can often be problematic for individuals from previously disadvantaged and vulnerable communities.

To combat this every lawyer at the firm is called upon to provide legal services to the communities in which our business operates.

Our junior lawyers and candidate attorneys gain invaluable experience on a wide range of pro – bono and human rights matters