In The Community

Mark Freeley interviewed by "Dean on the Street" for collecting donations for Hurricane Harvey Flood Relief

Last Chance Animal Rescue

Animal Adoption Event video

Animal Adoption Video 2

Animal Rescue Lab

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Mark's work with Last Chance Animal Rescue began when he started volunteering with his daughter at animal adoption events about three years ago. Over time his commitment has grown, and he is now a financial supporter, adoption event leader, and pro bono attorney for Last Chance.

On most weekends you can find Mark leading adoption events, doing his best to find homes for these deserving animals. He also spreads the word about these animals as well as the work of Last Chance on social media, which has lead to many adoptions.

Mark also donates necessary funds to Last Chance so that they are able to continue this amazing work. This financial support gives Last Chance the ability to save these animals, provide them with necessary veterinary care, and transport them to Long Island to find their forever homes.

You can learn more about the work of Mark and Last Chance on Mark's Facebook page, or you can call him directly to find out how you can become involved as a volunteer or foster in Suffolk County.

Paws of War sponsorship

Paws of War trains & places shelter dogs to provide independence to our US military veterans that suffer from PTSD. Their mission is to suitably match pets, often left behind from war-torn areas or US kill shelters by pairing them with military veterans suffering from the emotional effects of war such as PTSD who seek the therapeutic and unconditional love only a companion animal can bring.

Mark recently sponsored a Marine Veteran in the Paws of War program.

"Dear Mark, I thought you might like to see your donation in action. Your sponsorship of United States Marine Veteran Robert and his new dog Sapper have begun a lifelong relationship in our Paws of War family. Sapper is one of the pups I told you about and he has already done wonders for his veteran! Thank you for your sponsorship! Happy Holidays"

- Doris Scofield
www.pawsofwar.org

Coaching Basketball
Coaching Basketball
Mark coaching his team in a Three Village Basketball League playoff game.

Mark is in his 6th year coaching basketball in the Three Village Basketball League. He thoroughly enjoys teaching kids basketball and keeping it fun. He also enjoys seeing them gain confidence and work with each other to achieve a goal. He keeps coming back because of the great sense of family and friendship that he is able to share with the players and their families.

Wounded Warrior ProjectWounded Warrior Project

Mark Freeley at a New York Islanders game donating a team jersey as part of the Wounded Warrior project.

Mark's firm supports the Wounded Warrior project through the New York Islanders and they have presented Jerseys to Veterans at the games.

Ronald McDonald House

Watch this short video of Mark and his firm serving at the Ronald McDonald House in New Hyde Park.

DNT TXT N DRV

DNT TXT N DRV

Mark is passionate about driver safety and runs a DNT TXT N DRV campaign, offering a free magnet, free distracted driving brochure and free child passenger safety brochures for anyone that takes the pledge. Read more about it here.

Mark also recently ran a DNT TXT N DRV tent for the Three Village Kiwanis Club at the Annual Duck Race in Setauket.

Learn more by contacting The North Shore Injury Lawyer, in Woodbury, New York, by calling 631-402-5527. We provide representation in Nassau County and across Long Island.