Congrats to our Dallas office for raising enough funds for the North Texas Food Bank to provide 39,030 meals to hungry North Texans as part of the 2022 Partners 4 Hope campaign for Dallas-area law firms. The office also picked up the campaign’s Per Capita award and Most Creative Fundraiser award.
“From selling t-shirts to hosting an NTFB Lunch-n-Learn to a wine tasting party to a family bowling night, the creativity at Thompson Coburn was overflowing!” the campaign’s organizers noted. “They also created coloring sheet and recipes that were made available for others to download and share with their children to learn more about NTFB’s mission. Check it out, here.”
Said Dallas Managing Partner Nicole Williams, “When your family’s food needs are not being met, you don’t have the focus or resources you need to do well in school, connect with others, or achieve your goals. No one in our community should struggle with those limitations. That’s why Thompson Coburn is so proud to support NTFB – it allows North Texans to meet their fundamental needs, and then achieve so much more.”
Thanks to Nicole for her leadership and everyone who donated to our campaign during the month of March!
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