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McNamee Hosea Helps Provide Local Students with Backpacks & Supplies in 11th Annual Back-to-School Drive

McNamee Hosea attorneys and staff participated in their 11th annual "Back-to-School Drive" this August. The firm's involvement in the charity has become a strong tradition at McNamee Hosea and the annual participation of employees continues to grow year after year. 

For this school year, McNamee Hosea provided a total of fifty (50) backpacks to area schools through the Prince George's Child Resource Center (PG-CRC) and Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services. Of the fifty backpacks donated to the charities, twenty-one were donated directly from our staff and attorneys, who contributed their time and efforts in order to purchase all of the supplies needed. The remaining supplies were purchased through monetary contributions from attorneys and staff, as well as a contribution from the firm. Backpacks and supplies were delivered by staff members to Brock Bridge Elementary in Laurel and the Prince George's Child Resource Center in Adelphi. 

We are grateful to have the opportunity to work with these amazing organizations dedicated to sending children back to school with the materials needed for a thriving school year. We would like to thank the PG-CRC, as well as the Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services for all of the time and effort involved in organizing this project. 

For additional information on this charity, and other organizations that McNamee Hosea supports, please visit the firm's Community Involvement page. You can also visit each of the organization's websites by clicking the links below:

Prince George's Child Resource Center (PG-CRC)

Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services

Check out our McNamee Hosea Facebook page for even more photos from our Back-to-School Drive. 

Administrative Assistants, Kristi Ford and Brea Curley organizing the donated supplies. 

Robert Kim, Principal at McNamee Hosea, assisting with the backpack stuffing. 

Associate attorney, Clifford Glover showing off some of the school supplies donated by employees.