Landskroner Foundation for Children
An Ohio nonprofit organization founded by a dedicated child advocate
Attorney Jack Landskroner established the Landskroner Foundation for Children (LFC) in 1998 with one goal in mind ─ to protect the interests of children by way of education, advocacy and outreach across northeast Ohio. Landskroner, his family and his team volunteer both time and resources toward identifying risk and solving problems before the damage is done to protect the children of our community.
An Ohio nonprofit organization that promotes positive and safe childhood development, the Landskroner Foundation for Children is dedicated to making a positive impact in children’s lives.
We invite you to see, experience and become involved in the Landskroner Foundation for Children. Join Jack in his quest to make the world a better place for our youth. To learn more about Landskroner Law Firm, LLC or the Landskroner Foundation for Children, contact us today.
Community Campaign Events
In an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of guns at home, the Landskroner Foundation for Children acquired gunlocks to be distributed to the general public to promote responsibility in homes where guns are maintained. Too many children have been catastrophically injured or killed when guns were left unsecured and accessible. Since launching this initiative in 2000, the LFC has given away more than 6,000 gunlocks to help protect children.
In 2000, The Landskroner Foundation for Children wanted to raise awareness about the dangers of children coming in contact with lead in their homes. Too many children have been injured after being exposed to old lead toys or lead paint in their own homes. The LFC acquired lead testing kits, which it distributes to the general public to help identify toxic environments that may exist in the home in an effort to keep children safe.
In 1999, The Landskroner Foundation for Children held its first Law School Closing Argument competition. Students from law schools across the state are selected to give a closing argument based on a child injury case. The jury is composed of members of the media, experienced plaintiff and defense lawyers, and lay persons. Scholarship awards are given annually to the winners.
The Landskroner Foundation for Children and Roots of American Music work together to provide children with music and toy donations. Annual holiday sing-a-longs and musical events are a regular event at local shelters.