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Eberstein Witherite Announces Annual Shoe Giving Event at IM Terrell Elementary School

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The event will also include the donation of jackets for each student

eberstein-witherite-announces-annual-shoe-giving-event-at-im-terrell-elementary-schoolThe personal injury law firm of Eberstein Witherite, LLP is proud to announce its participation in IM Terrell Elementary School in Fort Worth’s annual shoe-giving event on December 21, 2016. This is the third consecutive year that Eberstein Witherite is participating in the event, which will include donating enough shoes for three classrooms and jackets for every student in the school.

“I’m so proud that we are able to continue our support to IM Terrell Elementary,” stated Amy Witherite, founding partner of Eberstein Witherite. “Our firm really wants to have a presence in our community, and being able to provide shoes and jackets for these students is a true privilege.”

During the firm’s participation in the 2014 shoe-giving event, Witherite noticed that many of the students did not have jackets to keep them warm. She then decided to add jackets to the firm’s contribution to the event in 2015 and 2016.

“It’s humbling for us to see how much this means to the students,” added Lucy Tiseo, Marketing Director of the law firm. “You can’t take it for granted the difference that a new pair of shoes and a warm jacket  can make to a child’s life. I’m so excited that we are supporting IM Terrell Elementary once again in this event, and I hope that we will remain a sponsor for years to come.”

The event will also include a holiday assembly party with special guest Lady Jade from K104 radio station.

IM Terrell Elementary School opened in 1882 as a high school, and shut down in 1973. In 1998, the school district reopened the building as an elementary school serving kindergarten through fifth grade.

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