Caplin & Drysdale Brings Holiday Cheer to D.C. Children

Caplin & Drysdale

Caplin & Drysdale's storage room was filled with hope and joy for the season as lawyers and support staff donated clothes, shoes, and toys for 35 Angels through The Salvation Army's Angel Giving Tree program. Zina Brown, who facilitates the program for the firm, describes how "families with five children are amazed to find that donations have been made for every child." Gifts are given unwrapped so parents know what their child is getting, and they wrap the presents using paper provided by The Salvation Army. "This helps parents feel a part of the gift-giving," said Alana Washington, the firm's Human Resources Director. Parents are able to take the presents home and place it under own their tree.  To get involved, please visit The Salvation Army's website for more information:

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