Brinkley Morgan Supplies Kids in Distress With 300 Pounds of Food This ThanksgivingDec 05, 2011 -- The team at Brinkley Morgan, a full-service law firm with offices in Fort Lauderdale and Delray Beach, recently donated more than 300 pounds of food to Kids In Distress of Broward and Palm Beach County to help make holiday meals special for more than 500 underserved children and their families.
"We were honored to partake in a Thanksgiving food drive benefiting Kids In Distress," said Phil Morgan, managing partner of Brinkley Morgan. "The firm recognizes how important it is for members of the community to help as they can."
Brinkley Morgan attorneys and staff collected a wide variety of food items including stuffing mix, mashed potatoes, canned green beans, canned corn, cake mixes and pie mixes.
"On behalf of Kids In Distress, we are grateful to the entire Brinkley Morgan team for the Thanksgiving food they donated," said Mark Dhooge, chief operating officer of Kids In Distress. "This food helps ensure that the children and their families will have a delicious holiday meal."
For more information, please visit the Kids In Distress website at Kidinc.org or its Facebook page at Facebook.com/kidsindistress.
ABOUT BRINKLEY MORGAN:
Since 1975, Brinkley Morgan has provided a proactive and innovative approach to law for its clients. The 20-attorney law firm offers a full range of services including business and corporate law; business development; real estate; bankruptcy, commercial litigation; appellate law; wills, trusts and estate planning; marital and family law; local government law; administrative law; troubled asset assistance; immigration and naturalization; tax law; employment law; and intellectual property law. For more information, please visit BrinkleyMorgan.com.
ABOUT KIDS IN DISTRESS:
Kids In Distress of Broward and Palm Beach counties is a licensed nationally accredited agency working for prevention of child abuse, preservation of the family, and care and treatment of abused and neglected children. KID partners with corporations, organizations, municipalities, schools, and individuals to provide basic services to the underserved population in South Florida. KID services helped more than 6,000 children and families last year through Prevention, Foster Care, Preschool, Family Counseling Clinic and Emergency Residential programs. In 2011, KID and Nova Southeastern University opened the Kid Dental Clinic and NSU's Eye Care Institute at KID on the KID campus.