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This past holiday season, Smith Debnam participated in the Wake Guardian Ad Litem program to provide Christmas gifts for children who are part of the foster care or relative placement program.
Through generous donations from our staff, our firm was able to provide gifts for 18 children throughout our local community. “There’s just a lot of people who need help so it just seemed like a natural fit for us as a way to give a little bit back,” said partner Thurston Debnam.
Although the program only requests donors to spend about $150 on each child, Mr. Debnam said he knows of at least a few staff members and attorneys whose Christmas spirit inspired them to spend more.
Smith Debnam is passionate about supporting local charities, and our team was pleased to be able to share our resources with children in need this holiday season.