Touch-A-Life Foundation Adds Royse Law Firm as Charter Member

Royse Law Firm will provide legal consultation to the needy as required across bay area

December 10, 2019 — Cupertino, Calif. — Touch-A-Life Foundation, a non-profit organization to support the needy and underprivileged, today announced its latest Charter Member, Royse, LLP, a full service law firm in Silicon Valley that offers legal expertise for businesses of all sizes.

Royse will join other Touch-A-Life Charter Members, Solix Technologies and Emagia Corporation, to help fund the operational costs of the Touch-A-Life Foundation—ensuring that individuals’ donations are delivered directly to specific causes such as clothing, food, educational, medical, and shelter assistance.

“The Royse Law Firm is happy to join Touch-A-Life and provide legal support as it leverages the latest Silicon Valley technologies for social good”. said Roger Royse, founder of the firm.

“We are very grateful to have Roger Royse and his law firm as our latest Charter Member,” said Tej Gundavelli, CEO and Founder of the Touch-A-Life Foundation. “The support from local companies and organizations helps keep Touch-A-Life running smoothly.”

The Touch-A-Life Foundation recently announced TALGiving, a mobile-first social application for iOS and Android devices that makes it easier to facilitate donations between donor and donees, using blockchain and AI technologies. Introduced at the Touch-A-Life Annual Day 2019 banquet and fundraising event in November, TALGiving is undergoing an initial rollout across the greater San Francisco Bay Area before expanding nationally.

To learn more about the Touch-A-Life Foundation and to sign up for TALGiving, visit

About Touch-A-Life Foundation

The Touch-A-Life Foundation is a non-profit organization (please view IRS approved exemption document 501(c)(3)), founded in 2012, to support the needy. We are built on the principle that helping others is good for the society. Our mission is to create one-to-one connections between donors and recipients, matching them based on needs. By utilizing technologies such as blockchain, social media networks, cloud, and mobile applications we are bridging the gap between those looking to make a difference and those with need of assistance.

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