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GLM Packed Potatoes at Forgotten Harvest!
Friday, November 8th, several GLM attorneys volunteered at Forgotten Harvest in Oak Park.
All were very busy packing potatoes for distribution to local charities, and together bagged a total of 9,091 potatoes!
Garan Lucow Miller is honored and proud to give back to one of our many communities by supporting the Capuchin Soup Kitchen again this year.
Founded in 1929 by Capuchin friars Solanus Casey and Herman Buss, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen serves the people of metro Detroit.
Garan Lucow Miller is honored and proud to give back to another one of our many communities by supporting the Pope Francis Center again this year.
The Pope Francis Center provides a welcoming, safe place for those experiencing homelessness to tend to their most basic and vital needs.
GLM Donates Tactical Vests for the City of Warren K-9 Officers
The Professional Law Enforcement Association Foundation (PLEA) held a joint Vest Presentation from funds raised for K-9 Vests. Robert Goldenbogen of our Port Huron Office, as well as John Gillooly and Jami Leach of our Detroit office, on behalf of GLM, presented PLEA with funds for 4 tactical vests for the City of Warren’s new K-9 Officers.
The presentation was held at City of Warren, and their 4 new recruits were introduced. Pictured below are:
Office Brandon Roy and “Kantor”, Officer Andrew Koerner and “Rita”, Officer Todd Benczkowski and “Alfa” and Officer Jeremy Kenyoun and “Astra”.
Van Andel Institute Purple Community
Van Andel Institute (VAI) is an independent biomedical research and science education organization committed to improving the health and enhancing the lives of current and future generations. Established by Jay and Betty Van Andel in 1996 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, VAI has grown into a premiere research and educational institution
that supports the work of more than 360 scientists, educators and staff.
Purple Community is Van Andel Institute’s grassroots community awareness and fundraising program that connects individuals, schools, teams and busineses to the resources needed to join the fight against cancer, Parkinson’s and other neurodegenertive diseases. The best part? Thanks to a generous endowment from
Jay and Betty Van Andel, 100% of every dollar of every donation goes directly to the cause.
On October 7, 2018, Purple Community Team Hope will participate in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon to raise funds for cancer, Parkinson’s and other disease research happening at VAI. Garan Lucow Miller attorney, David Couch, will be running the race as a member of the team.
To learn more about the Van Andel Institute, Purple Community and how you can join Team Hope, visit the website https://purplecommunity.vai.org.