It’s always good to see lawyers who are willing to get involved and to help folks who need help. That’s especially true during the Christmas season. Members of the Capital City Bar Association and the Alabama Lawyers Association took the opportunity at their annual Christmas party to help two most worthy organizations. Members of the two groups donated more than 100 stuffed animals and $450 to benefit Child Protect. An additional $250 was donated to Resurrection Catholic Missions.
Child Protect Children’s Advocacy Center serves more than 600 children every year who have been the victims of abuse. Resurrection Catholic Missions provides programs to help the poor, the elderly, the most profoundly disabled children, school children of Montgomery and surrounding communities, as well as children of the area who are considered at-risk.
Chuck James, President of the Capital City Bar Association, and Navan Ward, a lawyer in our firm who is the Past President of the Alabama Lawyers Association, presented the donations to Lindsey Cosker from Child Protect. All of the lawyers involved should be commended for being willing to help out on these projects.
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