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Bates White donates more than $165,000 to the community in 2018

January 2, 2019

In 2018, Bates White and its employees donated a combined total of more than $165,000 to the community. This new record tops all previous years’ efforts by more than 22%. To achieve these results, employees organized 35 initiatives throughout the year to support 25 nonprofit organizations.

This year’s fundraising programs included hosting field trips for Techbridge Girls and Higher Achievement; sponsoring clothing drives for Bread for the City; conducting Balloon Wars for Camp Kesem GW and Evidence Action Deworm the World; sponsoring teams in Lawyers Have Heart, Walk and 5K to End HIV, and the Rockville Rotary Twilight Runfest; raising money to help victims of Hurricane Lane, the California wildfires, and Hurricane Florence; cooking competitions to support Higher Achievement and Children’s Law Center; preparing meals at DC Central Kitchen; collecting backpacks and school supplies for Horton’s Kids; and more!

Charlie Mullin, Bates White Managing Partner, said, “We are proud to have contributed so much to the community, especially given that we only have 230 employees. It’s a reflection of our passion to give to others and create a workplace that empowers employees. We celebrate our employees’ creativity in planning activities they believe will have the greatest impact on causes they care about.”

More information on the BWCC program is available here.

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