Schnader’s Cherry Hill Office Collects Nearly a Half a Ton of Winter Clothes on Behalf of Big Brothers Big SistersOn December 6, 2012 by Schnader in Alternative Dispute Resolution
CHERRY HILL, N.J. – Over the course of three weeks, Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP’s winter clothing drive supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Burlington, Camden & Gloucester Counties facilitated the donation of nearly 1,000 pounds of clothing to the charity.
The Firm’s Cherry Hill, N.J. office welcomed corporate and individual donors from local businesses including PNC Bank, the Cherry Hill Outback Steakhouse, LEGACY Retail Services, SELECTS Sports Management, Glendale Builders, and Insurance Office of America.
“We’ve been very pleased with how the business community in the South Jersey area has come together for this clothing drive. It is such a simple thing to do. So many of us have closets full of clothes just taking up space. This is a perfect opportunity to clean up our clutter and help children who are in such desperate need of Big Brothers Big Sisters services,” said Harris Neal Feldman, Schnader partner and clothing drive organizer.
“I’d like to thank all the businesses and individuals who have given to this drive so far. The donation of this clothing will go a long way in addressing the needs of the many children we support in the South Jersey region,” said Robert Jakubowski, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Burlington, Camden & Gloucester Counties.
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP’s clothing drive kickoff event collected more than 100 bags for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Burlington, Camden & Gloucester Counties. Pictured at the clothing drive kick-off are Rob Jakubowski (CEO, BBBSBCG); Harris Neal Feldman (partner, SHSL); Barbara E. Little (associate, SHSL); Jeff Arnold (proprietor, Cherry Hill Outback Steakhouse); Joe Vento (president, Glendale Builders); Edward J. Sholinsky (Associate, SHSL); and Michael J. Wietrzychowski (partner, SHSL).