Paul Padda Law Donates $33,000 to Cheyenne High School
In an ongoing commitment towards the philanthropic program and to socially invest in the local Las Vegas community, Paul Padda Law donates $33,000 to Cheyenne High School which has a diverse student body in North Las Vegas.
The donation will help much-needed support for ACT test preparation, to purchase a new scorer’s table and football pads, and to aid the marching band. Padda’s partners in the donation were David Moradi, founder, and CEO of Sero Capital, LLC, and founder of the David Moradi Foundation; and Dr. Jaswinder Grover of the Allegiant Institute.
Paul took part in a formal presentation with Cheyenne High School principal Dr. Zachary Robbins. “The contribution is based on the philosophy of our firm has, we are the part of the community, It’s just a way to give back and support the community and help the next generation of leaders,” said Paul of Paul Padda Law.
“Learning skills can make a huge difference, the genius resides everywhere but you just have to have the tools and resources to tap into it and give people the ability to succeed,” he continued. While addressing the Cheyenne students Paul emphasized the importance of education.
“The contribution will help the academics, arts, band and definitely athletics as well,” said Siohhan Fergiels, Cheyennes’ Director of Bands. During the check presentation, Siobhan presented Paul with a drum pad signed by the members of the marching band.
Video of donation to Cheyenne High https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QKnd81Ivz0&feature=youtu.be