Community Activities

We believe in giving back to the community. For more than four decades, The Redfearn Law Firm has been proud to sponsor and support many civic, youth and sports activities throughout the community. We have sponsored many softball teams and tournaments including for Paul’s own children, grandchildren, and staff, as well as the Little League Royals. The Firm has supported youth activities including the Boy Scouts of America; Girl Scouts of America; Mat Club; and Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading. On numerous occasions, the Firm has sponsored former clients for various mission trips and study abroad programs.

Paul Redfearn served on L.E.A.P.'s Board as Treasurer from 1994 to 2014. The Foundation for Lawyers Encouraging Academic Performance (L.E.A.P.) is a not-for-profit foundation established in 1994 to provide needy children in the community with mentoring services and to financially support educational programs. L.E.A.P. has raised over one-million dollars, and the Foundation's primary recipient for the past several years has been Operation Breakthrough. Founded in 1971, Operation Breakthrough's mission is to help children who are living in poverty develop to their fullest potential by providing them a safe, loving and educational environment. Operation Breakthrough also strives to support and empower the children's families through advocacy, referral services, and emergency aid. .

Paul Redfearn, left in the above photograph, is helping serve breakfast at Operation Breakthrough for L.E.A.P.'s Annual Back-2-School event. L.E.A.P. not only provides the Chris Cakes breakfast but as a result of its school supply drive, backpacks filled with school supplies are handed out to the children at Operation Breakthrough.

The Redfearn Law Firm has also helped sponsor and contribute to many fundraising efforts for Diabetes research; Breast Cancer research; the American Heart Association; Muscular Dystrophy Association; The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society; Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; SIDS Resources; and Alzheimer’s disease.