Attorney Todd J. Leonard continues a proud tradition of giving back to the community of Morris County and surrounding areas. He has been deeply involved in Morris County for over 20 years working to foster the spirit of giving, sharing and helping others.
Leonard has been coaching the Morris County Special Olympics basketball teams for over 20 years and has been honored as Volunteer of the Year by the ARC of Morris County, and the ARC of New Jersey in 2005. He is also proud to be a trustee and on the board of The 200 Club of Morris County.
He has also recently launched the Leonard Foundation, whose mission is to support the children and families who are battling pediatric cancer, and those in need of food and assistance, women’s shelters, and other important social services. The foundation also proudly supports those fighting pancreatic cancer. Leonard feels it is vitally important to help those in need in our amazing community, when they need us the most.
To further foster the spirit of sharing and giving back in Morris County and other communities, Leonard has launched a weekly podcast that features other members of the community who dedicate their time and talents to give back.
The inaugural guest on the Todd Leonard Show was Bill Lockwood, the President of the Morris County 200 Club that supports and honors police officers, first aid squad members, firefighters, the New Jersey State Police and members of their families. The show has also featured the Morris County Special Olympic coaches Lou Ferarro and Craig Lombardi who discussed the importance of helping others and, in particular, their experience coaching the Special Olympics basketball.
Additionally, The Leonard Show has had guests like:
- The Executive Director and team members from the Interfaith Food Pantry, as well as other volunteers based in Morris Plains, New Jersey.
- Raymond and Lou Nisivoccia talking about their commitment to the community including the 200 Club of Morris County, Salvation Army, and the Angel Flight program.
- Local Randolph dentist, Dr. Glen Goldstein, who joined us to discuss his involvement with the Remote Area Medical Clinic Volunteer Corps, and assisting in identifying victims in the 9-11 terrorist attack.
- Laura and Chris D’Amico, who discussed the Kindness for Christopher movement, in memory of their late son, Christopher.
- Captain Gary Lynch of the Mendham Boro Fire Department, who discussed volunteerism and shared invaluable fire prevention and safety tips.
- Barbara McCloskey and Nancy Levy of the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs, Rockaway-Denville Chapter, who discussed the importance of giving back to the community, and their organizations’ wonderful work.
Todd feels it is crucial to give back to the community and help others in need.
We hope that you tune in to listen to members of the community who share their uplifting and inspirational stories.
For Todd Leonard, it is all about community, and he would be thrilled if others joined him on his journey to share the best of themselves with others.
We are proud to support the following charities and organizations:
HEALTH, MEDICAL & NATIONAL
- St. Jude Children’s Hospital
- American Cancer Society
- Jeff Gordon Children’s Hospital
- Tesori Family Foundation
- Goryeb Children’s Hospital
- “Caddy for a Cure” Charity
- V Foundation for Cancer Research
- Daytop Village, Inc.
- Precious Jules Childhood Cancer Foundation
- Roxbury, NJ Food Pantry
- Market Street Mission, Morristown
- Homeless Solutions, Morris County
- Hope House, a Division of Catholic Family & Community Services
- Roxbury Social Services
- Weequahic High School Alumni Association Scholarship Fund
- Long Valley Community Assistance Program
- Deirdre's House
- Interfaith Food Pantry
- Denville Police Athletic League (PAL) Basketball Teams
- Hub Soccer of Denville
- Roxbury Soccer Club
- Denville Girls Softball
- Parsippany PAL Basketball
- Mt. Olive Baseball & Softball Assn.
- Morris United Soccer Club
POLICE & LAW ENFORCEMENT
- The 200 Club of Morris County: Platinum Sponsor, Member and Trustee
- Roxbury Twp. PBA Local #311
- Denville PBA Local #142
- Mendham Twp. PBA