Lundy Law Library Express Provides Books To Children
May 15, 2014
At Lundy Law, our staff of Philadelphia personal injury lawyers is committed to improving the lives of others in the community we live in. That’s one reason the firm has launched a program that has a goal of delivering books to children who have been hospitalized.
The Lundy Law Library Express is a partnership with The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia that will delver collections of books to children between the ages of 2- and 18-years-old who are being treated at the facility. The books will be delivered on colorful wheeled carts and the children are free to keep the books that they select.
For those who are interested in helping in this endeavor, there are several different ways to get involved. You can donate books by dropping them off at any of our office locations. Monetary donations are also accepted and should be made to the Lundy Law Foundation.
If you’d like to be a little more hands-on in how you help, the foundation is holding regular events where volunteers are needed to collect donations and spread the word about our mission. These Lundy Law Library Express events are listed and discussed on the campaign’s website.
Our attorneys at Lundy Law are excited about the potential impact the Library Express program will have on the lives of sick children in Philadelphia and are hopeful you will choose to help by either donating a book or volunteering your free time.