Commitments To Our Community
Everyone at Hendler Flores Law is committed not only to our community of clients, but also to our local community of Austin, Texas, and communities around the world where we believe we can help make a difference, however small. Organizations that we support with our time and resources include:
Organizations We Support
Save Town Lake was founded by a group of concerned citizens, including our firm’s founder, Scott Hendler, who has served as president of the organization. Save Town Lake works to protect the community’s interests in the City’s cherished Lady Bird Lake and it’s nearby parks and hiking/biking trails.
Founded on the principles of Respect, Responsibility, Honesty, Caring and Faith, the YMCA works toward strengthening community by focusing on our children, health and neighbors. Lulu Flores serves as a director on the YMCA Metro Board.
Lulu Flores is an honorary member of the Board of Mexic-Arte Museum. She served for ten years on the Board, including five as president. Founded in 1984, the Museum promotes the acquisition, preservation and sharing of traditional and contemporary Latin American, Mexican and Latino art and culture.
Rebecca Webber volunteers through CASA of Travis County as a court appointed special advocate for abused and neglected children. CASA volunteers are trained to represent the interests of children in court proceedings to decide what’s best when troubling issues may be present in the home environment.
Scott Hendler is a member of the Rotary Club of Austin and a Paul Harris Fellow. Founded in 1913, the Rotary Club of Austin is dedicated to a “Service Above Self” philosophy that emphasizes improvement of our community, our nation and our world.
Scott Hendler served on the Board for eight years, with one year as Vice President. The Rothko Chapel is an International Human Rights organization founded to promote education and discourse in the area of human rights.
In 2012, Scott Hendler established the Charles Moyer Summer Human Rights Fellowship for students from the University of Texas School of Law. Each year the fellowship awards one student with a stipend to serve as a legal intern with a non-governmental or intergovernmental human rights organization. The fellowship honors the life and work of Scott’s friend and mentor, Charles Moyer, who served as the first Secretary of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
Hendler Flores Law is a steadfast supporter of the Texas Freedom Network, an organization devoted to preserving religious freedom, defending civil liberties and strengthening public schools.
Hendler Flores Law is a longtime supporter of the Sustainable Food Center. Promoting the health of Central Texans and the environment, the SFC strengthens the local food system and improves access to affordable, nutritious food for all.
Lulu Flores is a past president of the Hispanic Bar Association of Austin, which enhances the Austin-area Hispanic community by promoting the involvement of Hispanic-American legal professionals in civic, social, educational, charitable, professional, governmental, and non-partisan political issues. Lulu is currently active in a number of the HBAA’s civic events, including the Thanksgiving Food Drive and the annual Christmas Party for at-risk children.
Lulu Flores is a past-President of the Mexican-American Bar Association of Texas, whose mission includes: promoting all Texans’ social, economic and educational advancement; creating opportunities for Latino lawyers to provide pro-bono legal services; offering services, assistance and advice on matters of legal concern to the Latino community; and promoting the professional development of its members.
Lulu Flores served two terms as President of the National Women’s Political Caucus— a national, multicultural, intergenerational, and multi-issue grassroots organization promoting increased women’s participation in the political process. The NWPC provides financial backing, campaign training and technical assistance for women candidates and their campaign managers.