Holiday Care for Homeless Veterans

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Kecha Hayes, paralegal at Christensen Law, heading up homeless charity drive 2020.

This season, our firm was proud to sponsor a new program in the community, Holiday Care for Homeless Veterans.

In association with the Michigan Sigma Pi Zeta chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., paralegal Kecha Hayes headed up an effort that garnered support from local businesses S2S Wealth, Homes for Heroic Veterans, the Protege Dance Academy, and Love Luxe Beauty Bar.

Driven by a desire to provide for homeless veterans in the greater metropolitan Detroit area, Kecha jumped in and, in the usual fashion, her fellow Christensen Law colleagues followed.  As a result, the initiative hand-delivered more than 120 packages containing essential items including hats, gloves, socks, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and personal care items. Additionally, blankets and coats were provided to children in need at the local women’s shelter.

Dave Christensen delivery care packages for the homeless 2020.On Friday, Dave and Leslie Christensen delivered care packages to the Robert J. Delonis center in Ann Arbor for the homeless in their community. Our thanks to everyone who volunteered and donated to the Holiday Care for Homeless Veterans effort.