Over $450 Million in Settlements & Verdicts:
Over $450 Million in Settlements & Verdicts. Most recent: $4.6 million truck accident
The Edelman & Thompson Charitable Foundation was established in 2014, and is dedicated to giving back to the Kansas City area community that we serve. Through our sponsorships and partnerships with many local charities, including Royals Charities, the Susan G. Komen Foundation, the March of Dimes, and many others, Edelman & Thompson has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for dozens of Kansas City area charities.
Over the last four years, Edelman & Thompson has sponsored the Royals 50-50 charity raffle at every Royals home game. The raffle has raised over $2,000,000 for local charities over that time. By donating $250 for every Royals’ home run, Edelman & Thompson has personally contributed over $50,000 to these charitable efforts.
This past year, Edelman & Thompson established a 50-50 charity program with the Kansas City T-Bones minor league baseball team. Proceeds from that raffle benefited more than twenty local charities this past summer.
In addition to these raffles, Edelman & Thompson has sponsored many charity walks and other events, including this year’s walks for the March of Dimes, Susan G. Komen Foundation, ALS, Arthritis Foundation, and many more. Edelman & Thompson was proud to be the primary sponsor of this year’s ALS walk at Arrowhead Stadium, and major sponsors of several others.
Edelman & Thompson has 5 locations in the Kansas City, Missouri & Kansas City, Kansas.
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