Children and Youth Activities


From feeding the Lincoln High football team before their games to founding a non-profit that advocates for children caught in the middle of tumultuous divorce cases, Stahancyk, Kent & Hook places children at the top of our priority list. Below, see the ways in which our firm and individual attorneys and staff volunteer time and resources to help children fulfill their potential.

CCS Girl Hugging Teddy

Lincoln Meal

Jody and Joel with the Cowgirls

Student Workers
Child Centered Solutions

A non-profit founded by Jody Stahancyk in 2006, CCS gives representation to children in divorce cases so that judges can make determinations in the best interest of the child. SK&H provides CCS with office space, IT and marketing assistance, and even event planning. Read more about CCS.

Lincoln High School Football Team

Every fall, we host the Lincoln Football Team at our Portland office for pre-game feasts. Our support of the Lincoln team is paired with our support of our Summer Student Interns, who gain valuable skills planning and organizing these dinners.

Rimrock Girls' Volleyball Team

Manging Shareholder of our Bend office Joel J. Kent not only coaches for the Rimrock Volleyball Club, he also helps his players get into college on volleyball scholarships.

Summer Student Intern Program

Our Summer Student Intern Program is designed to help high school students begin their college and professional careers on the right foot, with proper etiquette, manners, speech, and dress.

More Children and Youth Organizations We Support:

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Southwest Washington
Matches at-risk youth with a big brother or sister who provides one-on-one mentoring. BBBS is the largest and oldest youth mentoring organization in the US.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington
Provide families of the community with affordable, quality after-school and summer programs for children.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Portland Metro Area
Host special fundraising events for their organization to be able to continue their community support.

Camp Arrah Wanna
132 Acres of forest located at the base of Mt Hood. Mainly services the non-profit community by providing affordable grounds for retreats, events and meetings.

Children's Relief Nursery
Strive to end child abuse and neglect by offering services such as respite care, parenting classes, music and art therapy to families who are at risk.

CASA of Central Oregon
Advocate for the best interest of children who have been abandoned, abused or neglected, and aid the court in placement.

Children's Charity Ball, Inc.

Crook County Boosters Club
Volunteer based fundraising and moral support for student athletes.

Doernbecher Children's Hospital
Offer full range of pediatric services in kid friendly environment. Practice philosophy of family-centered care while providing modern procedures and medication.

Eugene Teen Court Program
Youth peers conduct hearings for first time non-violent juvenile offenders. Volunteers ages 12-17 serve on juries and act as members on the court. Decisions are recognized by the Lane County Department of Youth Services.

Grandma's House
Day care service and education for young children. Accredited by the National Association for Education of Young Children.

Imprint Program
The Imprint Program is a way for middle school and high school students to connect with young attorneys in their community and develop writing and analytical skills.

Junior Achievement
Volunteers travel to the classroom to educate and inspire students to realize their potential.

Lincoln High School Booster Club
Membership organization that gives support to interscholastic athletics, club sports teams, academic clubs and others.

Lincoln High School Auction
Every year, Lincoln High School holds an auction as a fundraiser for the school.

Multnomah Court Care
Primarily funded by the legal community through the Multnomah Bar Association, offers free drop-in child care for families at court.

Oregon Children's Theater
Partnered with social service agency organizations to provide theatre workshops, free tickets, scholarships to children and free training and resources for teachers.

Oregon Classroom Law Project Mock Trial
Students compete with teams and work with teachers and volunteer attorney-coaches on theoretical cases.

OSU SMILE Science and Math Elementary Outdoor School
Science and Math Investigative Learning Experiences is partnered with the Oregon School District to provide science and math development to rural and educationally under-served students in grades 4-12.

Ronald McDonald House
Service needy families who have children undergoing medical treatment and who need basic medical and dental care.

Self Enhancement Inc.
Non-Profit that assists and motivates at-risk urban youth realize their potential and the value of education.

St. Mary's Academy
Catholic girl preparatory high school dedicated to the education of young women through a holistic approach.

Toys for Tots
Provide toys to children of economically challenged familes and help them experience the joy of Christmas.

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