Schochor, Federico and Staton Helps Tackle Sarcoidosis

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Schochor, Federico and Staton was pleased to lend our support to The Life and Breath Foundation’s recent Flip-Flop Festivus®, an event to raise awareness and funds to fight sarcoidosis.  The firm was a major sponsor of the event, which raised over $65,000 for medical research.The Life and Breath Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to raising funds to improve treatment and find a cure for the world’s most common fibrotic lung disease.

For years, the event allows guests to mingle with past members of the Baltimore Ravens and has become known as Baltimore’s best football party.

Schochor, Federico and Staton has a long history of involvement with this cause and organization. Jonathan Schochor, Senior Managing Partner, is pleased to serve on the board, a position he took on after working with a family that had been particularly affected by the disease.

[L-R] Schochor, Federico and Staton Senior Managing Partner Jonathan Schochor, former Ravens placekicker and Life and Breath Foundation honoree Matt Stover, Joan Schochor
[L-R] Schochor, Federico and Staton Senior Managing Partner Jonathan Schochor, former Ravens placekicker and Life and Breath Foundation honoree Matt Stover, Joan Schochor
[L-R] Matt Stover, President and Founder of The Life and Breath Foundation Sean Hull, Ravens cheerleader Amanda D., former Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, Ravens cheerleader Jane B., former Ravens offensive tackle Wally Williams
[L-R] Matt Stover, President and Founder of The Life and Breath Foundation Sean Hull, Ravens cheerleader Amanda D., former Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, Ravens cheerleader Jane B., former Ravens offensive tackle Wally Williams
Former Raven linebacker Brad Jackson poses with a group of attendees.
Former Raven linebacker Brad Jackson poses with a group of attendees.

 

Former Ravens Matt Stover and Brad Jackson were among the night’s honorees for their community outreach efforts, and each pledged $1,000 to The Life and Breath Foundation.
Former Ravens Matt Stover and Brad Jackson were among the night’s honorees for their community outreach efforts, and each pledged $1,000 to The Life and Breath Foundation.