THE MIAMI OFFICE OF GREENBERG TRAURIG recently held its week-long community service initiative “GT Cares” that included volunteer activities and a collection drive to support Share-A-Pet, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Children’s Home Society of Florida, Camillus House, and Chapman Partnership. Led by Greenberg Traurig attorneys and business staff members designated as the event “heroes,” activities included two weekends of volunteer opportunities in which the firm’s attorneys, business staff members, family members, and friends participated. “We are excited by the success of our new GT Cares initiative and the positive feedback we have received from the community,” said the firm’s Jaret L. Davis. “Greenberg Traurig has always been committed to helping the community, and we hope this becomes part of an ongoing annual tradition at the firm.” Pictured from the left are Mason Morales, Sharon Morales, RJ Costello, Sandy Grossman, Betty Sanchez, Lauren Center, Tatanisha Brown, Nieman Anderson, Tangela Anderson, Bari Pasternack, and Anne Katz. The group helped prepare and serve lunch, donated by the firm, to clients of Chapman Partnership, an organization that assists the homeless in Miami.