At The Freibott Law Firm, we deeply care about the community we serve. Our employees are active in the community through volunteerism. Activities in which employees of the firm have participated include serving as volunteers in mock trial proceedings to help local high school students to understand the court system and how it works; working with local young athletes in various organized sports programs; serving on committees for local governmental entities; supporting various causes benefiting children; and participating in various fund raising events for numerous community-based projects. The employees of the Freibott Law Firm have also established an annual contribution to Faithful Friends of Delaware, a local animal shelter. In addition, they sponsor local parades, local little league teams and are a U.S.M.C. Toys for Tots drop off site.  We are also proud to sponsor programs in and around our community. For example, The Freibott Law Firm is an annual sponsor of the St. John the Beloved Basketball Tournament. We have sponsored Latino soccer teams, supported the Latino Day Parade, donated to the Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware for the Freedom from Seizures 5k, sponsored programs for the Wilmington Head Start program and Brandywine Valley Friends’ “Annual Day of Thanks Literacy and Education Program.”

Giving Back To Our Community

Catholic Youth Ministry
US Marine Corp
Samaritans Purse
Brandywine Booters
Susan Komen
Special Olympics Delaware
Wilmington Head Start
Polar Bear Plunge
Delaware Courts
SJB Basketball Delaware

Fred Freibott, a Delaware native, has been active in the Diocese of Wilmington’s Catholic Youth Ministries football and basketball program and the Wilmington Lacrosse Club. Fred also served as President of the Athletic Booster Club at his children’s schools, and was Co-chairperson for the schools’ Capital Campaign.

Kathy Fogelgren has lived in Delaware for over fifty years. She volunteers for Special Olympics Delaware at the annual Summer Games and the Law Enforcement Torch Run, and participates in the Polar Bear Plunge held each year in Rehoboth Beach. She also volunteers at the Alliance for the Mentally Ill in Delaware (AMID), facilitating peer to peer counseling and providing support to family members affected by mental illness.

Susan Cargnino, who has lived in the Wilmington area for over 25 years, is a Board of Directors Chairperson for the City of Wilmington Head Start Program.  She also volunteers at the Mary Campbell Center and at Christian Ministries in Wilmington, Delaware. In addition, she is participating in an Adopt-A-Marine program this Thanksgiving where she will host several Marines from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina for Thanksgiving dinner at her home.

Dennis Mason, was born and raised in Delaware and acts as a guardian ad litem in family court through the Office of the Child Advocates. Dennis volunteers at the RSK Foundation. He also is an Athletic Booster for the University of Delaware as well as serving as a volunteer on his condominium associations governing body.

Jessica Skalski, who moved to Delaware from Illinois in 1999, has coached a basketball team for the Diocese of Wilmington’s Catholic Youth Ministries basketball league for several years.

Kelly Alessandrine is an avid 5K runner. She participates in several 5Ks to help raise money for charities, such as Susan G. Komen Foundation and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Amy Owens is active in her church where she teaches preschool and nursery age children. She also volunteers for the community-wide Easter Egg Hunt and the community-wide coat drive. She is also a member of NALS, which is an organization for legal professionals, where she volunteers for horse-riding therapy for disabled children.

Edea Barilo volunteers in her local church, teaching religious education to prepare children to receive sacraments. In addition, her family volunteers for the Jewish Community Center.

Rene Langiewicz and her family participate with helping with the Samaritan’s Purse International Relief with Operation Christmas.

Megan Reader is a member of the Home and School Association at Holy Angels School and volunteers for the Piedmont Baseball Program.

Kate McNesby Adams has been part of the Down Syndrome Association of Delaware for several years and has spent many of those years on the Buddy Walk Committee raising money for DSA.  This is an organization that is true to Kate’s heart since her Uncle Mike has Down Syndrome.

Kate also has participated in 5K’s for different organizations such as The Bishop’s 5K, DSA’s Run for the Buds, and Victim’s Against Domestic Violence along with various 5K’s on Wilmington’s Riverfront.

Kate participates in various Special Olympics of DE events helping to raise money.

The Freibott Law Firm donated children’s books to Richey Elementary School, Red Clay School District in Wilmington.