ReidGoodwin Reads to Students on Dr. Seuss Day
On Friday, March 2nd, staff members from ReidGoodwin volunteered at elementary schools in the Richmond area on behalf of RG’s Reading Corner Program. Volunteers were able to choose a Dr. Seuss book and read it to classes at Fairfield Court, Broad Rock, G.H. Reid, J.E.B. Stuart, Blackwell, and M.J. Jones Elementary Schools.
This event kickstarted ReidGoodwin’s new community outreach program, ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner. ReidGoodwin started this program with the mission to give back to Richmond Public Schools. These schools play a vital role in our families and community and ReidGoodwin wants to support them in any way possible. On February 28th, ReidGoodwin also announced a monetary award for the month of March. Schools will be able to submit a proposal and ReidGoodwin will award $500.00 for a project or need.
We look forward to more opportunities to give back and connect with our community. For more information on ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner and how to get involved, click here!
ReidGoodwin Launches New Community Outreach Program
The law firm of ReidGoodwin, PLC has announced a new community outreach program, “ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner” with the mission to give back to the City of Richmond public schools that serve our families, friends, and community.
ReidGoodwin, headquartered in Richmond, has a history of community engagement – partnering with the likes of Richmond Animal League (RAL), FeedMore, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Ronald McDonald House, Safe Harbor, Angel Tree, and more. Now, more than ever, our communities need responsible corporate citizens that give back to their community. “ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner” is a natural extension to give back to the children in our community and support the educators and libraries in Richmond’s public schools.
For the month of March, ReidGoodwin will be awarding $500.00 to a school to be used towards any project or need, such as purchasing new books for the library or new supplies. Our attorneys and staff will also be volunteering to read and help in the libraries of several of Richmond elementary schools. If your library or school has a specific need, please submit a short proposal by 5 PM on March 16th.
Interested schools or libraries in the award should submit a brief statement to include a short description of how the money will be used. Proposals can be sent to Samantha Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org. A school will be selected on March 20th, 2018.