Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers have always believed that giving back to local Shreveport communities and parishes is one of the firm’s most important goals. This is a reflection of a personal injury’s natural inclination to help those in need, those who cannot help themselves in that moment. To this end, Attorney B. Trey Morris has recently donated to two schools in the area.
During the Be Cool, Stay in School campaign at Parkway High School, he put the campaign’s slogan on beverage cups and handed them out before school games. Nothing says “stay cool” like an ice-cold soda pop glass of water with a positive message emblazoned on it. At Mansfield Middle School, he donated to Teacher Appreciation Week, giving monetary funds for the school to use towards gifts for the teachers, including lunches.
Some of the organizations Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers has supported in the past include Shreveport American Veterans, Little League Softball (Benton), and El Karubah Shrine Circus. The community of schools, businesses, and families is of utmost importance to the firm. By giving back and doing what he can to support the people around him, Attorney Morris hopes to ensure that the people he cares about most have a bright, comfortable future.
If you would like to know more about how you can help charities the firm supports, feel free to call (318) 221-1508
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