Hartman Titus in the community

Hartman Titus proudly supports a variety of local businesses, organizations and projects.  We believe that a thriving community with strong non-profit organizations is good for residents, good for business, and good for our clients.

Hartman Titus and its attorneys take their commitment to our community seriously, and support numerous community organizations and causes through gifts of time, money, and pro-bono legal services.  Some of the organizations supported include:

  • Anti-Defamation League (ADL), an organization that fights all forms of bigotry in the U.S. and abroad through information, education, legislation, and advocacy.  The League’s ultimate purpose is to secure justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike and to put an end to unjust and unfair discrimination against, and ridicule of, any sect or body of citizens  (www.adl.org).
  • Arizona Humane Society, an organization that safeguards, rescues, shelters, heals, adopts and advocates for animals in need, while inspiring community action and compassion on their behalf (www.azhumane.org).
  • Arizona School for the Arts, a college preparatory/performing arts school that has been one of the top schools in the state of Arizona for the past decade (www.goasa.org).
  • Fresh Start Women’s Center, an organization the offers services to women adjusting to a career change, concerned about financial security, coping with difficult family relationships, or seeking opportunities for personal growth and self-sufficiency (www.wehelpwomen.com).
  • Interfaith Cooperative Ministries, an organization that provides an immediate response to the basic human needs of 100 families every day, including food, clothing and shoes, soap and shampoo, baby formula, and free medical clinic services (www.icmaz.org).
  • UMOM New Day Center, an organization dedicated to helping homeless individuals and families in need of life’s basic necessities, helping more than 3,000 homeless individuals annually, many of whom are children, by providing services that help individuals overcome the issues that contribute to homelessness (www.umom.org).
  • Valley Leadership, the largest and most established leadership development organization in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, dedicated to engaging, educating and challenging current and emerging leaders to take an active role in strengthening and transforming communities. Brad Hartman was a member of the Leadership Institute, Class 30. (www.valleyleadership.org).
  • VisionQuest 20/20, an organization dedicated exclusively to establishing a national school vision screening program for early detection and treatment of childhood vision disorders.  Brad Hartman serves on the Board of Directors (www.visionquest2020.org).