Diacos Law believes that a work force sensitive to and actively involved in philanthropic activities is an effective way to gain valuable insight and make a lasting difference in our community and abroad. We embrace every opportunity we can to help advance important causes that improve the lives of individuals and their families.
Carolyn Diacos is a member of the Rotary Club of Ventura-East.
The motto of Rotary is “Service Above Self.” As such, the Rotary Club of Ventura-East practice their pledge through five Avenues of Service Committees: Club Service, Community Service, International Service, Vocational Service and Youth Service. The Rotary Club of Ventura-East has provided 54 years of service to the community and the world. The Rotary Club of Ventura-East supports many non-profits, such as the YMCA, Boys and Girls Clubs, Food Share, and the Ventura Botanical Gardens.
As a Rotarian, Carolyn’s pursuit is to improve the well-being of our local veteran population and their families.
Carolyn Diacos recently participated in an ultra-marathon, “Nine Trails,” to raise money for the non-profit agency, Interface Children & Family Services. Diacos Law is also proud to provide pro bono services to Interface Children & Family Services.
Interface Children & Family Services is a nationally recognized family support organization. The organization’s mission is to strengthen children, families and communities to be safe, healthy and thriving. Interface Children & Family Services provides family support, domestic violence intervention, outreach and youth activities, as well as prevention and counseling within economically challenged communities.
Interface Children & Family Services is located in Camarillo, California.
Diacos Law is committed to making charitable donations to the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation. In addition, Carolyn Diacos is training for the trail marathon, “Red Rock,” in an effort to raise money for the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation.
The mission of the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation is to strengthen disaster response in America by recruiting rescued dogs and partnering them with firefighters and other first responders to find buried people alive in the wreckage of disasters. The foundation recruits dogs from across the country that are rescued from abuse or abandonment. After passing stringent screening and testing criteria, the dogs are trained to harness their energy into life-saving skills.
The National Disaster Search Dog Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Santa Paula, California.