McLane Middleton, Professional Association donated 100 books and journals in February as part of its year-long Centennial celebration focused on its clients, the community, and its colleagues.
The firm donated 50 “One Thought Changes Everything” books to Farnum in Manchester, N.H. and 50 journals to Megan’s House in Lowell, Mass.
Each month during 2019, the firm makes a donation to the community based on the number “100.”
Farnum is a private 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization committed to providing effective and outstanding, care and support for adults seeking recovery from alcohol and other drugs. At Farnum, our unique approach sets us apart. Our clients learn about their own innate capacity for health, insight, and happiness. We incorporate the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness into our programs which assists clients in accessing a healthier perspective on life, allowing them to leave the past behind. This proven, evidence-based treatment method has helped thousands of people in their long-term recovery. The Farnum experience is a journey from the day you enter the program, to the day you are ready to re-enter the community with a fresh and positive perspective.
The Megan House Foundation is a 501 (C) (3) public charity that was incorporated with the intention to help the Merrimack Valley community and surrounding areas establish a comprehensive plan to provide and facilitate substance abuse treatment services for people in need. The initial stage of our involvement is the development of long-term residential treatment homes for both women and men. The first home, Megan’s House, was opened to the community September 30, 2015.
The delivery to Farum was made by Peter D. Anderson, a director in the firm’s Litigation Department and former member of Farnum’s board of directors. Ryan J. Swartz, a director in the firm’s Trusts & Estates Department, dropped off the journals to Megan’s House.
For more information about McLane Middleton’s 100th Anniversary, visit http://100years.mclane.com/.