Wyrick Robbins supports Read and Feed
In anticipation of the new school year, Wyrick Robbins employees collected more than 650 boxes of Crayola Multicultural Crayons and additional program funds for Read & Feed. On August 20, the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee hosted a community breakfast to present the donations and handmade bookmarks to Read & Feed’s Executive Director, Kati Mullan, who shared program highlights, gave mobile classroom tours, and spoke to the importance of culturally diverse school supplies. Wyrick Robbins’ Diversity and Inclusion Committee selected Read & Feed this year as part of its efforts to support underserved populations in the community. Wyrick Robbins has a rich tradition of community service and the firm’s leadership encourages every employee to get involved in the community and contribute in whatever way each feels most appropriate. Collectively, the firm supports our community through charitable donations, pro bono activities, volunteerism and board service.