Culp Elliott & Carpenter is committed to being a dedicated and involved corporate citizen of the community. Our attorneys are members of professional and non-profit organizations providing services for the benefit and enrichment of all. Through engagement in local events, pro bono work and outreach activities, professionals at Culp Elliott & Carpenter work for the common good of the community and its citizens.

Below are illustrative examples of community involvement by the firm and our attorneys:

  • Legal Services for the Elderly, Treasurer and Board Member
  • Legal Services of Southern Piedmont, Board Member
  • Partner selected as the 2008 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year by Legal Services of the Southern Piedmont
  • Foundation for the Carolinas, Cabinet of Professional Advisors
  • Wills on Wheels, Legal Services of Southern Piedmont
  • Charlotte Men’s Homeless Shelter
  • Room in the Inn – Myers Park United Methodist Church
  • Sedgefield Elementary and Myers Park High School Volunteers
  • Queens University of Charlotte, Planned Giving Advisory Council
  • Charlotte Rescue Mission Thanksgiving Food Boxes 2016