Serving Our Community
We invite you to see, experience, and become involved in the Landskroner Foundation for Children.
The Landskroner Foundation for Children – Community Campaign Events
In 2000, The Landskroner Foundation for Children sought to raise awareness of the dangers of guns in the home. Too many children have been catastrophically injured and/or killed when guns have been left unsecured and accessible to children. The Foundation has acquired gunlocks, which we are distributing to the general public to promote responsibility in homes where guns are maintained.
In 2000, The Landskroner Foundation for Children sought to raise awareness of the danger of Lead in the home. Too many children have been injured after contact with unsuspected old lead toys or home paint. The Foundation has acquired lead testing kits, which we are distributing to the general public to promote responsibility in homes and keep children safe.
The Landskroner Foundation for Children – spreading a safe message to parents.
In 1999, The Landskroner Foundation for Children held its first Law School Closing Argument competition. Law 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 to the winners.
1999 – The Landskroner Foundation for Children’s First competition
The Landskroner Foundation, in conjunction with Roots of American Music, provide inner city children and those who reside at shelters musical involvement, and books and toys.
The Landskroner Foundation for Children and Roots of American Music together provide children with music and toy donations.
The Landskroner Foundation for Children and Roots of American Music together provide children with Music and toy donations.
About Jack Landskroner – founder
Jack Landskroner is a trial lawyer practicing in the area of personal injury litigation. In the course of his practice, Jack has been responsible for representing children and their families in injury claims resulting from defective products, medical negligence, unsafe environments, and failure to treat children with reasonable care. He has always maintained an active role in children’s organizations as a member of the Rotsky Foundation for Mentors, a participant in Youthvisions, The Cleveland Jaycees: Helping Hands tutoring program, The Make a Wish Foundation, and Reading Programs in local schools and Juvenile Court Guardian Ad Litem Project. Jack Landskroner is one of four children. He and his wife Heather have four children.