Pope McGlamry’s Wishing Tree 2015

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The holidays are upon us and Pope McGlamry invites you to step into the season of giving by joining the Shareholders and Employees of our firm in our first annual Holiday Wishing Tree give back campaign.

Pope McGlamry has partnered with the International Women’s House (IWH) shelter to spearhead a holiday gift drive that will provide Christmas gifts to families and children who are residing at the shelter.

We are emailing to ask that you join our efforts and help us make a significant difference this season.

IWH is a domestic violence shelter that provides a safe haven and support services to immigrant and refugee women and children who are the victims of domestic violence, assault and human trafficking. In 2014, the state of Georgia received 2,694 refugees from 35 countries and IWH is the only shelter in the state that is specifically equipped to provide services to these victims with sensitivity to their various backgrounds and cultural needs.

For someone who has experienced this trauma, every day can be a nightmare. So, it is our hope to bring kindness and joy to each person this holiday season.

Each family member from IWH will submit a Christmas wish card to Pope McGlamry and each wish will be hung on a special Christmas tree that we’ve entitled “The Wishing Tree.” Every staff member and attorney at Pope McGlamry will select a wish from the wishing tree and purchase the gift listed to make someone at the shelter’s Christmas wish come true.

We can’t reach everyone alone, however, so in the true spirit of the holidays we would like to invite you to join us. Together we can spark a holiday movement where the best legal minds in Atlanta join together to make every person at the shelter’s wish come true.

Please consider joining the “Wishing Tree” initiative.

To join us or to find out more information, please contact Anthonia Spencer at anthoniaspencer@pmkm.com or phone 404-523-7706 by November 25th.

Let’s bring happiness to others in our community this holiday season!