23 DarioVaccaro Dance Project Professional dancer Dario Vaccaro and photographer Lois Greenfield came to Carrie Kreifels and Andrew Roth with the hope of creating the collaboration “Projected,” integrating Greenfield’s compelling imagery with Vaccaro’s poetic dancing to create an interdisciplinary performance combining film and live photography with dance. Carrie and Andy helped the artists create a corporate structure to fund the collaboration and also drafted a partnership agreement delineating the role of each contributor. “Projected” is expected to debut this summer in Buenos Aires. Dario Vaccaro Dance Project aims to support the creation of new works by founder and choreographer Dario Vaccaro, to develop collaborative productions for national and inter- national presentation, to educate and expand audiences for modern dance, and to provide outreach programs for emerging audiences at all levels of artistic experience. The Elizabeth Stone House Mintz Levin has had a corporate relationship with and has provided pro bono services in a variety of areas toThe Elizabeth Stone House for over 25 years. Located in Roxbury, Massachu- setts, The Elizabeth Stone House provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and supportive services to women and children who are victims of domestic violence and who often suffer from trauma and substance abuse issues.Three Mintz Levin attorneys currently serve on the organization’s Board: Maryann Civitello (board president), Susan Phillips, and Martha Zackin. After a fire destroyed much of the agency’s emergency shelter in August 2007, Maryann negotiated the sale of the remaining building and land to a developer. The sale was completed in early 2010 by Mintz Levin real estate attorney Andrew Dean and legal assistant Michelle Morgan.The proceeds will be used to help the agency acquire land and construct a new building to provide emergency shelter and transitional and permanent housing. In addition, litigator Steven Torres worked on revisions to the waiver forms used for the hikers for Wilderness Heals, a pledge hike sponsored every July byThe Elizabeth Stone House. The Gaila Fund for Women with Cancer The Gaila Fund for Women with Cancer salutes the beauty and spirit of female cancer patients.This non-profit organization provides patients with stylish hats at no cost and educational programs that foster financial independence. Mintz Levin repre- sented Gaila in its incorporation as a not-for-profit corporation and on general corporate matters.Anthony Hubbard and Chris Bird provided counsel for the Fund. The Greater Boston Food Bank In an effort to help end hunger in eastern Massachusetts, The Greater Boston Food Bank feeds more than 320,000 people annually in nine counties. Overseen by Robert Gault, many Mintz Levin attorneys, including Will Hill, Anthony Hubbard, Drew Matzkin, Katrina Kropa, Maura Pelham, Kelley Finnerty, Patricia Moran, and Joel Nolan assisted the Food Bank this past year with numerous legal issues, ranging from employment and intellectual property to real estate and corporate matters. Human Rights Campaign As the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) represents a grassroots force of over 750,000 members and supporters nationwide—all committed