Media Mentions

Lindquist & Vennum Featured for Commitment to the Winter Closet Foundation

05.08.13

The April/May 2013 issue of Legal Management highlights the best practices that select law firms are employing to deepen the level of giving at their firms in the article, “Building a Firm Foundation.” Lindquist & Vennum was featured for the firm’s commitment to Winter Closet Foundation, whose mission is to provide winter coats to children in need, with the belief that no young person should be without a new warm winter coat. Lindquist & Vennum partner Michael Warren co-chairs the foundation. Lindquist & Vennum volunteers work in teams to help shop, sort and deliver coats to more several different organizations in the community. In 2012, the foundation provided coats to 1,300 children, including infants through high school-aged youths. The 20 year-old foundation has provided a model that the firm's other offices have adopted in their communities.

“The level of passion for the effort from firm volunteers has been surprising — and inspiring!" said Warren of the dedication shown across the entire firm for the foundation.

*Reprinted with permission from Legal Management magazine, Volume 32, Number 3, published by the Association of Legal Administrators, www.alanet.org

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