Social Responsibility

While we work every day to assist individuals and businesses with family, personal, and corporate law matters, we want to give back to the communities that we serve. MacElree Harvey, Ltd. recognizes that it is a privilege to live and work in the communities we do. And it’s our responsibility to support the businesses and organizations that share our vision.

We’re proud to support the following partners, as sponsors, friends, donors and colleagues:

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Attorney Brian Nagle and his lovely wife Jessie attend Uptown! Entertainment Alliance's 3rd Annual Red Carpet Gala, held at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library.

Attorney Brian Nagle and his lovely wife Jessie attend Uptown! Entertainment Alliance’s 3rd Annual Red Carpet Gala, held at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library.

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Attorney Michael G. Louis is a proud supporter of Interfaith Housing Assistance Corporation of Chester County.

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In 2016, Attorney Tim Rayne was elected President of the Longwood Rotary Club. Tim has been a Rotarian since 2005, serving on various committees and doing volunteer work in and around Chester County.

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Chester County Community Foundation honored attorney William J. Gallagher as the outgoing Foundation Board Chair.

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Attorney Al Gollatz was recognized at German Heritage Night at the Philadelphia 76ers game for all his years of service and dedication to the German American Chamber of Commerce, GACC Philadelphia.

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MacElree Harvey’s Land Use Law practice group attorneys were proud to sponsor the 2016 West Chester Preservation Awards. The purpose of the West Chester Preservation Awards Program is to raise awareness and appreciation of West Chester’s historic character and to encourage the preservation of the Borough’s historic integrity.

In 2014, the Wyck Historic House, Garden, and Farm honored Paul B. Redman, for his superb leadership of Longwood Gardens, one of the great display gardens of the world. Since assuming the role in 2006, Paul has put this venerable institution — the living legacy of industrialist Pierre S. du Pont — on a course for success and growth in the twenty-first century. Attorneys Harry DiDonato, Mary Ann Rossi and Tim Rayne were more than happy to congratulate Paul and his outstanding contributions to the cultural life of Philadelphia through work that balances a drive for progress and modernity with a sensitivity to the past.

In 2014, the Wyck Historic House, Garden, and Farm honored Paul B. Redman, for his superb leadership of Longwood Gardens, one of the great display gardens of the world. Since assuming the role in 2006, Paul has put this venerable institution — the living legacy of industrialist Pierre S. du Pont — on a course for success and growth in the twenty-first century.
Attorneys Harry DiDonato, Mary Ann Rossi and Tim Rayne were more than happy to congratulate Paul and his outstanding contributions to the cultural life of Philadelphia through work that balances a drive for progress and modernity with a sensitivity to the past.