Posted on behalf of Stephens, Anderson & Cummings on Aug 17, 2015 in Firm News
The personal injury law offices of Stephens, Anderson & Cummings are honored to have contributed to the “100 Homes for 100 Veterans in 100 Days” Campaign sponsored by the Tarrant County Homeless Coalition. The campaign has set out to provide permanent housing to 100 homeless veterans in Tarrant County. It will also provide money for move-in costs and household items greatly needed by the veterans.
The firm joined the campaign along with the Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association and the State Bar of Texas Paralegal Division – District #3. The two organizations hosted a fundraising event on Aug. 13, 2015, where we were able to present a check to Otis Thornton, Executive Director of Tarrant County Homeless Coalition.
As a former officer of the United States Army, this is a cause that Jason Stephens is greatly involved with, considering it “our duty to provide for those who so bravely served our country.”
Stephens, Anderson & Cummings actively supports organizations serving veterans both monetarily and through volunteering. John Cummings, takes time out of his career and family life to serve veterans and active-duty personnel as a volunteer board member for the Fort Worth Air Power Council and as the Honorary Squadron Commander of the Air Force Reserve’s 547th Fighter Squadron.
We are proud to support this worthy cause and to help provide homes for 100 veterans in the Fort Worth area. You can learn more and support this campaign by visiting the Tarrant County Homeless Coalition’s website.