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Community Outreach

Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. is committed to helping clients in the courtroom and throughout their communities. The firm is continuously looking for new opportunities to lend a hand to people in the areas they serve. For more information or inquiries, please contact Krista Conlin of KC Projects at

Below are a few photos from the firm's recent community outreach activities:

In early March 2019, Alexander Shunnarah was honored to serve as a Judge for the MortagageBanc 25th Annual Chili Cook-Off benefitting the very deserving and dedicated Exceptional Foundation. 

Alexander dropped by Miss Knighton’s classroom at Glen Oaks Elementary school to talk about the importance of staying in school and education!



Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. hosted its inaugural Free Legal Advice Day at the Legacy YMCA in Bessemer, Alabama in April. Members of the Bessemer and greater Birmingham community were invited to join Alexander Shunnarah and five of the firm’s top attorneys to discuss legal matters confidentially and free of charge.



Two relay teams from Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. participated in the 2018 BHM 26.2 benefiting Magic Moments. 


Magic Moments is the only wish-granting organization devoted exclusively to children in Alabama with chronic life-threatening illnesses, and the Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s of Alabama.

Some of Clay’s best little leaguers visited Shunnarah HQ!

Basketballs and badminton sets were provided to the students of Green Acres Middle School in Birmingham, Alabama to encourage active lifestyles and replace worn out gym equipment.         

As a sponsor of the Weekenders Program at the Food Bank of Central Alabama, the firm was able to provide monetary support to give a class of 25 low-income students an entire semester of weekend meals.

While at the Food Bank of Central Alabama, Alexander Shunnarah and members of the firm spent an afternoon packing bags of food to be handed out directly to the classroom they sponsored through the Weekenders Program.

The firm visited the Woodlawn High School band of Birmingham, Alabama and provided a brand new metronome and nine brand new tuners to help keep them on beat and ready to expand their horizons through music education.

Firm attorneys and staff teamed together for the annual Girls Inc. Cajun Cook-off, which is focused on encouraging and empowering young girls to succeed. The firm placed first for Judge's Choice and were the runners-up for People's Choice.

The firm was fortunate enough to tour the Children's Hospital of Alabama and provide teddy bears for the Teddy Bear Clinic. The clinic helps child patients understand the medical procedures they undergo and provides comfort.

The firm orchestrated a three month contest on social media called "Click For Your Community.” Followers were allowed and encouraged to vote on an organization to receive a monetary contribution to their efforts. At the conclusion of the contest Cavalier Rescue of Alabama earned $1,000 from Alexander Shunnarah.

 Members of the firm reached into local Housing Authorities to provide children and teens with sports equipment and school supplies at Southside Court and Tom Brown.



Alexander Shunnarah visited the Boys and Girls Club of Central Alabama to donate basketballs, footballs, and frisbees. The firm was fortunate enough to tour the facility and connect with children and directors involved in the Club.


Firm attorneys and staff members provided basketballs to Cornerstone Elementary’s K-5. Every child went home with a basketball, with additional basketballs donated to the school’s physical education program.




  500 Swag Bags were provided to children in both Norwood Elementary’s Vocabulary Parade and 16th Street Baptist Church’s Fall Festival.




Firm attorneys and staff spent an afternoon serving The Firehouse Shelter in Birmingham, Alabama. The firm donated food from Full Moon Bar-B-Que and served meals to men at the shelter.





Alexander Shunnarah Women's Initiative (ASWI) raised funds internally for The Dannon Project. Women attorneys purchased, wrapped, and provided over $2,500 worth of Christmas gifts to children at The Dannon Project. Members of ASWI also provided hundreds of dollars in gift cards to adults in the organization.