I often work with people in the community, so sponsoring Iris House is a great way to stay involved while helping people who could use some assistance – whatever form that may take.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 05, 2012
New York personal injury lawyer Leandros A. Vrionedes co-sponsored a Greek Night Out event that raised over $10,000 at Yefsi Estiatorio Restaurant to benefit Iris House, a comprehensive services and advocacy center for those infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
“It's a great cause. I'm proud to be able to show my support for the very important work that Iris House does,” Vrionedes said. “That's why I continue to show my support in this way. The people at Iris House, they're really doing the hard work that's necessary to really help people.”
Iris House was founded in 1993 and continues to provide services for the public, like free testing, advocacy, treatment education, and support for those affected by HIV/AIDS. Throughout its almost 20 years of work, Iris House has helped hundreds of people live their lives with HIV/AIDS.
Leandros A. Vrionedes is a New York personal injury lawyer practicing law for over 20 years. Most recently, he has concentrated on injury claims resulting from accidents in everything from construction to car accidents to medical malpractice.
“I often work with people in the community, so sponsoring Iris House is a great way to stay involved while helping people who could use some assistance – whatever form that may take,” Vrionedes said.
Every year, hundreds of centers just like Iris House help thousands of those affected by HIV/AIDS around the country. Without sponsors like Vrionedes, these centers would lack funding and not provide the coverage they are able to now.
“Greek Night Out is fun because we're doing something good,” said Vrionedes. “Plus we had some great Greek food! What's not to love?”
For more information on Leandros Vrionedes, visit http://www.injuriesandaccidents.com or call 1-800-634-8144, especially if you have been in an accident that wasn't your fault. You may be entitled to compensation under the laws of the State of New York.