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August 28, 2020

LOCAL LAW FIRM SPONSORS WITN’S COMMUNITY CLASSROOM

Hardee, Massey & Blodgett, LLP, a personal injury law firm in Greenville, NC, is pleased to announce their sponsorship of WITN’s Community Classroom program.

Community Classroom, www.donorschoose.org/witn, is linked to Donors Choose, a national online charitable organization that helps public school teachers get funding for classroom materials. Teachers in the WITN viewing area can post project requests on the Donors Choose website. Requests can include books, pencils, computers and even field trips. Teachers post a monetary goal that needs to be raised.  Then, once the goals are reached, Donors Choose purchases the products and delivers them to the teacher and school.

“We are excited to sponsor WITN’s Community Classroom,” states Kyle Blodgett, Partner at Hardee, Massey & Blodgett. “We hope people throughout eastern North Carolina will visit WITN.com and help local teachers fulfill their project requests.”

Each Tuesday, a project will be featured on WITN First at Four. WITN will be featuring projects that need to be funded, as well as success stories after projects have received funding.

“We understand it’s difficult for teachers to fill their classrooms with all the educational tools they need with limited resources,” notes Brack Massey, Partner at Hardee, Massey & Blodgett. “We hope Community Classroom helps shine a light on their needs so they can get the supplies they need.”

Hardee, Massey & Blodgett, LLP is a personal injury law firm serving all of North Carolina with an office in Greenville. The law firm provides a high level of professional legal counsel to individuals, handling all types of personal injury, wrongful death, and workers compensation cases.

August 13, 2020

HARDEE, MASSEY & BLODGETT LAUNCHES SUPPORT ENC TEACHERS PROGRAM

Contact: Brack Massey
Telephone: 252-378-2525
GREENVILLE, N.C. (August 13, 2020) – Support ENC Teachers is a program sponsored by Hardee,Massey & Blodgett, LLP, a personal injury law firm in Greenville, NC.
 
The firm created a community Facebook page, Support ENC Teachers, so teachers would have a centralplace to share their classroom wish lists during these unprecedented times. The hope is that this programwill encourage individuals and local businesses to support our teachers by shopping from their classroomwish lists for the 2020-2021 school year. With the posted wish lists, someone can purchase one ormultiple items from the list, as well as shop for more than one teacher at a time.
 
“We are excited to announce our new program, Support ENC Teachers,” states Kyle Blodgett, Partner atHardee, Massey & Blodgett. “We hope everyone will like and share this Facebook page in an effort toexpand its reach and support as many teachers as possible.”
 
The program works by teachers going to the Facebook page, clicking on Photos, and selecting the PittCounty album. They then pick the album that corresponds with their last name. In the comments they canadd a photo, fun facts, and a link to their Amazon wish list. Members of the community can go to thealbums, find specific teachers’ lists, make purchases, and have them shipped directly to the teacher.
 
“We hope this page shows our appreciation and support to teachers and students,” notes Brack Massey,Partner at Hardee, Massey & Blodgett. “Teachers should not have to worry about having the appropriatesupplies to educate their students, and our children deserve classrooms filled with the proper tools fortheir education.”
 
Aside from encouraging the community to purchase supplies, the firm also plans to make purchases offteachers’ wish lists and do drawings throughout the 2020-2021 school year. This program helps teachersin two ways, through the donation of others as well as through the firm’s donations.
 
Hardee, Massey & Blodgett, LLP, is a personal injury law firm serving all of North Carolina with anoffice in Greenville. The law firm provides a high level of professional legal counsel to individuals,handling all types of personal injury, wrongful death, and workers compensation claims.
 

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