The directors of OAK Law consider the firm to be blessed with talent, opportunity and faith, and acknowledge God’s all-embracing grace on our firm. We believe that through the legal profession and our firm, we are walking a path God has laid out for us to do His work here on earth.
As a symbol of our gratitude, humbleness and as an offering to Him, we attempt to pay graces forward and are therefore constantly seeking opportunities to give back to the community.
As OAK Law is a family orientated firm, we have a passion for aiding underprivileged children. We are currently involved with the HelpNet Fund on a monthly basis. The Fund is for underprivileged children who have been taken away from their parents for various reasons.
In addition to the above mentioned, OAK LAW aims to serve the community and contributes to the elderly via the Meals on Wheels project: this chartable organization is aimed to provide meals for pensioners unable to provide for themselves, without family, children and/or alternative refuge.
Please contact Annelie Kriek at our offices if you would like to contribute and/or become part of one of one of our charitable projects.
OAK Law’s directors are furthermore involved in the management of, and/or are nominated to committees of, selected non-profit organisations, which services they provide on a charitable (pro bono) basis and on their own time.
OAK Law’s attorneys also attend to pro bono work once the circumstances are evaluated and an institution/individual is deemed fit for legal aid.