Steinger, Iscoe & Greene law firm held a food and clothing drive to benefit the homeless. On July 15, 2016, employees volunteered their time at Project Homeless Connect helping those in need in the Palm Beach community.
The West Palm Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Team held their own “Christmas in July” Food and Clothing Drive for those in need. At the office, employees donated clothes, food, toiletries, household items and more to be given to the homeless. All donations were given to the Homeless Coalition to be used toward Project Homeless Connect.
The Homeless Coalition combats homelessness in Palm Beach County. Three times a year, the Homeless Coalition sponsors Project Homeless Connect. This national program brings together community volunteers and service providers to help end homelessness. Services include: free food, clothing, haircuts, health screenings, vision checks, eyeglasses, bikes, comfort kits and more.
After supplies collected at the office were donated, employees at Steinger, Iscoe & Greene volunteered their time on Friday morning, July 15, 2016 to working at Project Homeless Connect, hosted by the American Polish Club in West Palm Beach.
“Our employees’ passion for service is truly amazing,” founding partner Michael Steinger said. “We are humbled to work with an organization that makes such a huge difference directly on the lives of the people in our community.”
Steinger, Iscoe & Greene chose to work with the Homeless Coalition because they feel passionate about helping people in need in the community. They feel those in the most dire need are the homeless and something must be done to help put an end to homelessness. To learn more about how you can help those in need in West Palm Beach, visit the Homeless Coalition of Palm Beach County’s website.