Friends Association Receives Wisler Pearlstine Grant

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Wisler Pearlstine LLP presents grant to Friends Association
Wisler Pearlstine partner Amy Brooks, left, presents a check to Jennifer Lopez, Executive Director of the Friends Association.

The Friends Association for the Care and Protection of Children has received a grant from Wisler Pearlstine to continue its work on behalf of homeless families in Chester County.

Based in West Chester, the Friends Association helps homeless or near homeless families bring stability to their lives as well as find or maintain permanent housing.

The grant comes from the Wisler Pearlstine Charitable Fund, a new fund set up to mark the law firm’s 75-year milestone.

The fund is a way to honor and demonstrate the firm’s gratitude to clients, friends, and staff for their confidence and loyalty over the past 75 years and in years to come.

Wisler Pearlstine was founded April 2, 1945 toward the end of World War II.

It began when Paul Wisler, Raymond Pearlstine, Leonard Talone, Morris Gerber, and four legal assistants joined forces in Norristown.

Since then, the firm has grown to 39 attorneys and almost 30 staff, with offices in Blue Bell and Newtown.

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