Paralegals help out the FIRC |

Paralegals help out the FIRC


Paralegals from Holland & Hart LLP’s 13 offices collected food and baby care supplies for the Family & Intercultural Resource Center during the firm’s paralegal retreat at Beaver Run Resort in Breckenridge earlier this month. Collectively, the firm’s paralegals donated eight boxes of food, diapers, shampoos, snacks, baby wipes, and other baby supplies along with a cash donation. This is the first community service event organized in conjunction with the annual paralegal retreat to give back to Summit County where the retreat was held. “It was very kind of you to take up a collection for the food bank of the FIRC; the donations you provided for baby care will be much appreciated by the recipients of these important supplies. The cash contribution you made also will help to provide essential resources to families in need,” said FIRC’s Director of Program Services Susan Bridges Robertson in a letter to Holland & Hart’s paralegals. The FIRC is a nonprofit organization that aims to enhance the quality of life in Summit County by providing information, assistance, and education to families, immigrants, and refugees. It serves 800 to 1,000 families each year, providing essential emergency services such as food bank, housing assistance, and utility assistance.

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