Clauses4Causes Obtained 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Status

Attorney Suzanne Lafleur Klok, co-founder of the Klok Law Firm LLC, recently obtained 501(c)(3) non-profit status for her charity Clauses4Causes. The mission of Clauses4Causes is to provide education, outreach, and legal services for patients undergoing cancer treatment.

“We are thrilled to obtain non-profit status, which ultimately helps us reach cancer patients who need these services that can provide them with peace of mind while they focus on their recovery,” said Klok, who founded the non-profit after her mother was diagnosed with cancer.

Clauses4Causes matches law firms with cancer patients to provide assistance in drafting a simple will, living will, healthcare power of attorney and durable power of attorney. “It’s a way to give back to the community and help those in need of assistance,” noted Klok.

Patients who need assistance can apply via the Clauses 4 Causes website. Law firms who would like to participate in providing support can fill out the online application to join the network of law firms.

“We are looking for support from law firms and to spread the word that assistance is available for those in need,” concluded Klok.

Members of the board include Suzanne Lafleur Klok, President & Chair of Board of Directors, Klok Law Firm LLC; Stacey Greer, Vice-President & Board Member; James H. Leffew, Secretary & Board Member, O’Shea Law Firm LLC; and Abigail B. Walsh, Board Member, Williams & Walsh LLC.

To donate directly to Clauses4Causes, please visit

About Klok Law Firm LLC
Klok Law Firm focuses on family law, veterans disability, personal injury, Social Security disability, estates and probate, real estate, entertainment law, and small business. For more information, please call (843) 216-8860, or visit The law firm is located at 1002 Anna Knapp Blvd., Suite 103, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464.

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Meditation has many powerful benefits. It can help cancer patients reduce anxiety so that they can achieve peace of mind. Medical research shows that it can help with pain, tiredness, difficulty sleeping, feeling sick and high blood pressure. Regular practice is the key. Even if you can only practice it a few minutes a day, it helps and eventually you are able to engage in meditation for longer periods of time. There are so many different types of meditation. It is important to find the one that works the best for you. You can explore and find your best fit:

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  • Prayerful Meditation
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