Ways to Give Back – Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Giving back to the local community is something that the team at Jones
& Swanson feels passionate about. Especially during the busy holiday
season, it can be easy to forget that there are many in our community
that are less fortunate and in need. If you are able, we urge you to give
back in some way – whether it be volunteering your time or assisting
a cause financially, community outreach is always worth the effort.

Fortunately, there tend to be many holiday charity and outreach events
at Christmas and New Year’s to select from – we posted recently about
local opportunities to volunteer for Christmas. A new outreach that the firm became involved in this year
was outreach at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta toy deliveryLast month, members of our staff reached out to Children’s employees
to determine whether a need existed for gifts or other items around the
holidays for patients. We were fortunate to receive a response in the
form of a list of items most needed for the children and teens –
like video games, board games, and more. This week, members of our team
served as “Santa’s helpers” by delivering the goodies
to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

We are so excited to have been able to give back to this fantastic organization
in even the simplest of ways – especially when considering the significance
of the work done a Children’s. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
serves as one of the largest child care providers in the U.S., offering
approximately 30 specialties for children.

If you’re looking for a fantastic organization to support this holiday
season, or at any other time of the year, we urge you to keep Children’s
in mind. Support goes to more than a company – it goes to children
and families in need, so your assistance will be appreciated and well-deserved.

Ways to Give Back – Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta syndicated from http://lawpallp.tumblr.com


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