Angino Law Firm • 4503 N. Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17110 • (717) 238-6791 • (800) 648-2070
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The Angino Law Firm and its predecessor firm, Angino & Rovner, P.C., as well as the employees themselves, have a long history of giving back to and assisting their communities. Coaching youth sports, teaching Sunday School, collecting food and clothes for the needy are just a few of the community activities of our staff.

Richard C. Angino

Richard C. Angino and his wife Alice, separately and together with the law firm, have contributed, over a 50 year period, between $2,000,000 and $3,000,000  in annual and capital giving to numerous nonprofit organizations, particularly those benefitting children, including:

Allied Arts Fund
American Heart Association
American Horticultural Society
Association of Retarded Citizens (ARC) of Dauphin County
Bethesda Mission
Big 33 Scholarship Fund
Boy Scouts of America – Keystone Area Council
Camp Cadet
Capital Area Pregnancy Center
Central PA Food Bank
Central PA Legal Services
Duquesne Catholic School
Franklin and Marshall College
Friends of Wildwood Lake Nature Center
Harrisburg Area Community College
Harrisburg Choral Society
Harrisburg Opera Association
Hemlock Girl Scout Council
Hope Springs Farm
Humane Society
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
March of Dimes
Multiple Sclerosis Society
Open Stage of Harrisburg
Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition
St. Francis Children’s Summer Program
St. Theresa’s School
Susquehanna Service Dogs
The Garden Conservancy
The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (formerly The Greater Harrisburg Foundation)
The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra
The United Way of the Capital Region
United Cerebral Palsy
Villanova School of Law
WITF, Inc.

In addition, the following funds have been established at The Foundation for Enhancing Communities:

Angino & Rovner, P.C. Fund
Angino & Rovner, P.C. for Health and the Environment
Angino & Rovner, P.C. Unrestricted Fund
Angino Camp Sertoma (HEISEI) Fund
Angino Family Fund for Education and Children
Angino Family Fund for Horticulture and the Arts
Angino Family Fund for Hunger and Homelessness
Angino Horticultural and Environmental Trust
Alice and Richard Angino Family Fund
Funds Established in Grandchildren’s Names
Lillian A. Hale Fund
Marissa A. Angino Fund
Michael Frederick Angino Fund

The Anginos have also established the Frederick Michael Angino Scholarship Award at Camp Hill High School, the Frederick Michael Angino Pediatric Leukemia Memorial Fund at the Hershey Medical Center, the Richard C. and Alice K. Angino Endowed Scholarship Fund at Franklin & Marshall College.

As a result of numerous capital campaigns over the past 30 years, the Angino name individually and Angino & Rovner corporately are associated with the Boys and Girls Club of Harrisburg, the East Shore Library, Harrisburg High School FAMU School of Business & Industry Prep Program, buildings and parks associated with United Cerebral Palsy Center, Gaudenzia Drug Rehabilitation Center, Wiconisco Park, Wildwood Lake Nature Center, St. Matthew Parish Activity Center, the YWCA, Open Stage of Harrisburg, as well as park and recreational areas at Villanova Law School and Franklin & Marshall College.

Richard and Alice Angino have hosted and underwritten numerous charitable events at their home and gardens to benefit the Frederick Michael Angino Pediatric Leukemia Memorial Fund, The Greater Harrisburg Foundation, ARC of Dauphin County, Friends of the Wildwood Lake Nature Center, United Way of the Capital Region, Keystone State Head Injury Foundation, St. Matthew Catholic Church and the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition. They have both served on the boards and chaired fundraisers for many of the charitable organizations mentioned above.

Richard C. Angino, his wife, Alice K. Angino and the Angino Law Firm (formerly Angino & Rovner), contribute individually and through the law firm and primarily through foundations that they have created $30,000-$35,000 per year, including 2015.  They contributed almost $400,000 to establish the Wiconisco Park, as well as substantial contributions to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the Friends of Wildwood Nature Center, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Harrisburg Library, Gaudenzia House, Open Stage of Harrisburg, Wildwood Lake Nature Center, Fort Hunter, and numerous other charitable campaigns in which they continue to have name recognition.  From its outset, Richard and Alice Angino have contributed $10,000 per year to the United Way as part of the Tocqueville Society.

Other Civic Contributions

Angino Law and its employees follow the tradition of Angino & Rovner by supporting many other charities. In addition to participating in and contributing to various fund raising campaigns, walks, bike-a-thons, and runs, the firm sponsors a “Casual Day” every month where each employee donates a certain dollar amount for permission to “dress down”. Proceeds go to charities selected by the employees themselves.

Here is a list of some of the charities supported by the law firm and its employees:

Alzheimer’s Association
American Cancer Society
American Diabetes Association
American Heart Association
American Red Cross
Arthritis Foundation
Bethesda Mission
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Campbelltown Fire Company
Children’s Miracle Network
Chrohn’s and Colitis Foundation
Humane Society
Kidney Foundation
Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services
Leukemia Society of America
March of Dimes
Multiple Sclerosis Society
Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition
Ryan Lee Mohn Memorial Foundation
Susquehanna Service Dogs
The Smile Train
Vinny’s Kids, Inc.
YWCA of Greater Harrisburg
The United Way



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