Engelman Berger Celebrates our 21st Year By Volunteering at the Sojourner Center

This past week, Engelman Berger celebrated our 21st year by stepping away from our desks for our annual social services day at the Sojourner Center. Each year, our team picks an organization that is making a large and beneficial impact in the state of Arizona and spends the day giving back to the community.

The Sojourner Center helps over 10,000 Arizonans every year, half of whom are children. Since 1977, the Sojourner Center has transformed the lives of over 60,000 Arizona men, women, and children affected by domestic violence by providing them with a safe haven and the necessary support and shelter services. This impactful organization has a residential program that provides Arizona adults and children who are affected by domestic violence with 124 shelter beds and 32 transitional housing apartments.

In an attempt to create a world that is free from domestic violence, the Sojourner Center is extending their housing and protection services to include education and prevention within the community.

We are grateful and thank the Sojourner Center for providing us with the opportunity to give back to the community and spend the day helping get the facility ready for new women and families to arrive.