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McNamee Hosea Lends a Helping Hand to Local Families and Shelters


Over the past two months, McNamee Hosea has continued to demonstrate the importance of supporting local charities and shelters in the neighboring Anne Arundel and Prince George's County areas by providing food and meals for many.

In April, the Firm delivered fresh fruits and vegetables to the Prince George's Child Resource Center (PGCRC) located in Upper Marlboro that will go to support five families in need. 

Additionally, the firm provided the Lighthouse, a homeless prevention support center in Annapolis with 250 sandwiches for their program participants. Volunteer staff and attorneys from both the Annapolis and Greenbelt offices made 125 sandwiches each, which were then delivered to the organization accompanied by cookies, chips, and other snacks.

Finally, this week volunteers in the Annapolis office made an additional 36 bagged lunches that were donated to the Chrysalis House, an addiction treatment facility for women and children, located in Crownsville.

We are so fortunate that we are able to provide continued support to these charities and organizations, among others, in the furtherance of the amazing work that they provide on a daily basis. As always, we would like to thank the PGCRC, the Annapolis Lighthouse, and Chrysalis House for organizing these efforts.

For additional information on these organizations that McNamee Hosea supports, you can visit each of their websites by clicking the links below:

Prince George's Child Resource Center

The Annapolis Lighthouse

The Chrysalis House


Greenbelt staff and attorneys prepare sandwiches for the Annapolis Lighthouse

Volunteers in the Annapolis office assemble bagged lunches for the Chrysalis House