Cranfill Sumner Offices Serve Their Communities Throughout Holiday Season

The Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (Cranfill Sumner) offices celebrated the holiday season by giving back to those in need within their communities.  The attorneys and staff in Charlotte, Raleigh and Wilmington each worked together to serve a nonprofit organization within their local area.

Charlotte’s Cranfill Sumner office participated in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program.  The office collected donations and gifts for a local family with three children. The donations included a bike, riding toys, clothing, shoes, and several other toys for each child.

The Raleigh office donated gifts to Project Guardian Angel, a program sponsored by Wake County Guardian ad Litem. The office collected donations that provided gifts for 12 children and parents in the Guardian Ad Litem program. The Wake County Guardian ad Litem Program oversees court-appointed advocates for abused and neglected children who are identified by the Wake County juvenile court system.

Cranfill Sumner Wilmington continued its participation in the SHARE Adopt an Angel program.  Through the program, the office provided Christmas gifts including books, toys and makeup for children in a local family. SHARE is based in Hampstead and serves children and their families who are facing difficult circumstances in Pender, Duplin, New Hanover, Brunswick, and Columbus counties.