McLane Middleton, Professional Association donated over 100 hats and gloves as part of its year-long Centennial celebration focused on its clients, the community, and its colleagues.
The firm donated over 50 hats and 50 pairs of gloves to each of Families in Transition-New Horizons, Waypoint, and the Woburn Council of Social Concern.
Each month during 2019, McLane Middleton made a donation to the community based on the number “100.”
Families in Transition-New Horizons provides hunger relief, emergency shelter, safe affordable housing, and supportive services to individuals and families who are homeless or in need, enabling them to gain self-sufficiency and respect. https://www.fitnh.org/
Waypoint is a New Hampshire-based nonprofit whose mission is to empower people of all ages through an array of human services and advocacy. https://waypointnh.org/
The Woburn Council of Social Concern was founded in 1969 by a group of concerned citizens who wanted to promote a sense of “neighborliness” in the community and address the absence of quality, affordable childcare and housing issues. Today, they assist approximately 2,200 individuals per year via a range of services to address community needs. http://www.socialconcern.org/
The delivery to Families in Transition-New Horizon was made by Charla Bizios Stevens, a director and chair of the firm’s Employment Law Practice Group, and Lori Sullivan, a legal administrative assistant in the firm’s Litigation Department.
The delivery to Waypoint was made by Mark C. Rouvalis, a director in the firm’s Litigation Department, and John E. Hughes, a director in the firm’s Trusts & Estates Department.
The delivery to the Woburn Council of Social Concern was made by David K. Moynihan, a director in the firm’s Real Estate Department, and Michelle D. Abruzzese, a paralegal in the firm’s Real Estate Department.
For more information about McLane Middleton’s 100th Anniversary, visit http://100years.mclane.com/.