The Adams and Reese Tampa office collected donations, such as snacks and staples for breakfast and lunch, to help fill the pantry at the R.I.C.H. House, which through donations helps feed children in need.
Adams and Reese employees also plan to volunteer at several R.I.C.H. House activities in the coming months, including an Educational Readiness session and field trips, for which they need volunteer chaperones, and also organizing a school supply drive for the new school year.
Many underprivileged children participate in safe after school and summer programs which provide homework assistance, computer access, and tutoring in an environment focused on learning. The children, ages seven to 16, also receive food and clothing from The R.I.C.H. House pantry.
The R.I.C.H. House is one of the more than 200 organizations that the Adams and Reese employee volunteer program, also known as HUGS (Hope, Understanding, Giving and Support), donates thousands of hours and untold dollars to offer communities “hands on” activities and assistance to those less fortunate. Whether in the form of special events or participation in agency-sponsored fundraisers, Adams and Reese employees and attorneys are known throughout the region and the nation for their community action.