Wayne Wright is a proud corporate citizen who has been supporting causes that help the community for years. He believes that giving back to the public is a duty and an honor. His creed is simple: People in every walk of life deserve respect and justice. The firm's lawyers live by Wayne's motto. It's apparent in every event Wayne sponsors to help those who need a boost in life.
Kids of Wayne Wright employees repackaged 2,800 smoke detectors Wayne is donating to families that can’t afford them.
Atascosa County Fire Marshal Todd Perna talked to the kids about how they are helping.
His fire departments will install the smoke detectors free.
A dog is cruelly shot and paralyzed on San Antonio‘s southeast side. Wayne Wright sends his White Hat Brigade with funds for “Voices for Animals,” the Highlands High School club that rescued it. This WOAI-TV newscast tells the story.
Judge Harold McCall is now licensed to practice law in Arizona. The swearing-in ceremony was conducted late last fall before Judge Antonia (Toni) Arteaga of the 57th Judicial Court in Bexar County. Judge Arteaga was selected by the Arizona Bar to officiate. Late last year, Judge McCall was named Presiding Judge of Castle Hills’ Municipal Court. Castle Hills is a separate municipality within the City of San Antonio. Judge McCall continues to practice law with the Wayne Wright law firm. He is a former police officer with more than 20 years of honorable service in law enforcement. He is also licensed to practice law in Texas and the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.
Children of Wayne Wright employees gave up a day of their holiday vacation to make Christmas cards for American troops stationed overseas.
The kids spent most of the day busily drawing and coloring the cards in a conference at Wayne Wright’s principal office in San Antonio where their parents are employed.
The firm held the event in partnership with the “American Red Cross Holiday Cards for Heroes” Campaign. Red Cross officials say cards made by children help keep troops from feeling lonely during the holidays.
Left to Right: Brigadier General Robert D. LaBrutta, Commander, Joint Base San Antonio and Wayne Wright General Manager David Tamuty at the Kick Off on the base of the 2013 Holiday Mail for Heroes Campaign. The law firm is a sponsor of the event in support of the San Antonio Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Judge Harold McCall poses with Castle Hills Mayor Bruce Smiley after he was sworn in as the Presiding Judge of that city’s municipal court. Judge McCall is a former police officer with more than 20 years of honorable service in law enforcement. He is a graduate of St. Mary’s University Law School in San Antonio and is licensed to practice law in Texas and the United States Distinct Court for the Western District of Texas. Judge McCall has been a practicing attorney with Wayne Wright LLP for the last six years.
Left to Right: Wayne Wright, founder of Wayne Wright LLP in San Antonio, San Antonio Scorpions goalie Craig Hill, and Wyatt Wright, attorney and partner in the law firm, pose for a picture in the firm's lobby before a spring picnic for the firm's employees. Wayne Wright is a proud sponsor of the Scorpions. Profits from San Antonio's professional soccer team underwrite Morgan's Wonderland, a safe, colorful, totally-wheelchair accessible 25-acre theme park with rides and activities for people of all ages, with or without disabilities.
Wayne Wright attorney Harold McCall, now Judge McCall, presided over ceremonies this May in which officers from Bexar County Law Enforcement agencies received awards from Mothers Against Drunk Driving for their outstanding efforts to prevent drunk driving.
The officers and their agencies are involved in MADD's "Take The Wheel Program" which is focused on providing law enforcement support, court monitoring, and public education to decrease the incidence of drunk driving in Bexar County.
The Law Enforcement Recognition and Awards celebrate achievements in detecting deterring and removing drunk drivers from Bexar County roadways.
Larry Benson, Rey Feo 2013, poses for a picture with Wayne Wright General Manager David Tamuty, at the firm's annual employee picnic to celebrate Fiesta. Wayne Wright is a proud, annual supporter of LULAC's Rey Feo Scholarship fund for deserving high school seniors and students already enrolled in a four year college program.
Upholding the Wayne Wright principle of justice for all, regardless of race, creed or social condition, 17 Wayne Wright attorneys participated in the Community Justice Program in February, helping low income clients at San Antonio’s Rio Grande Legal Aid Clinic. Wayne Wright attorneys volunteer their time, representing clients at no charge until their cases are fully resolved.
A live Internet hookup sponsored by the Wayne Wright law firm connected 40 homeless kids directly to Santa Claus in North Pole, Alaska just before Christmas on December 18, 2012. North Pole is a real town with a Santa Claus Village where the lovable man lives all year long near Fairbanks, Alaska before riding off on his sleigh to bring presents to children all over the world.
Each child at the Wayne Wright party had a one-on-one Internet chat with Santa, played musical chairs, enjoyed refreshments and received a present handed out by Wyatt Wright. After the party, the children returned to San Antonio’s SAM Ministries, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending homelessness in Bexar County.
Wayne Wright raised funds for veterans on November 10 at “Bandera Honors Veterans,” in Bandera, Texas, the Cowboy Capital of the World. The town’s American Legion Post 157 hosted the parade and luncheon to salute Bandera’ County’s veterans. One in every six county residents has served in the nation’s military forces.
Ten World War II veterans shared the spotlight during opening ceremonies on the courthouse lawn with veterans of the Vietnam War and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Wayne Wright law firm underwrote free BBQ lunches for all the veterans and their spouses in attendance and raised funds for “Returning heroes Home,” a Texas charity that supports the Warrior and Family Support Center at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio.
Wayne Wright gives free backpacks to a South San Antonio back-to-school event for needy children.
Wayne Wright's major conference room is turned over to kid volunteers packaging free smoke alarms for San Antonio families who cannot afford them.