Law Firm Continues Legacy of Founding Partner During 150-Year Anniversary By Donating to Local Nonprofits
Robinson Donovan, P.C., a full-service law firm trusted by generations to represent individual and business clients throughout Massachusetts and New England, continues to commemorate the firm’s 150-year anniversary by supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hampden County.
Throughout 2016 Robinson Donovan has made donations to local nonprofits, in an effort to continue the legacy of founding partner, former Governor George D. Robinson. For the month of June, Robinson Donovan has donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hampden County as a part of a series of contributions made to local nonprofit organizations.
“We appreciate Robinson Donovan’s generosity as they celebrate such a major milestone in the firm’s rich history,” said Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hampden County, David Beturne. “On behalf of the more than 300 Hampden County youth we serve each year, we thank the team at Robinson Donovan for their support and wish them continued success.”
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hampden County has provided one-on-one mentoring services to at-risk youths in Hampden County and families in South Hadley and Granby. The organization makes monitored matches between adult volunteers and children – ages six through eighteen – in an effort to direct and have a lasting impact on the lives of young people.
“Big Brothers Big Sisters has a significant impact on youths in our communities,” said Attorney Carla Newton. “In addition to the great work they do in our community, our very own Kate McCarthy volunteers her time as a Big Sister. The work Big Brothers Big Sisters does in Hampden County is second to none. I am proud to be a part of this series of generous contributions on behalf of Robinson Donovan.”
To celebrate the 150-year milestone, Robinson Donovan will make a donation to twelve local nonprofits, one per month, throughout 2016.