Continuing its tradition of service, Nelson Mullins Encompass packaged five hundred pairs of shoes for Innersole, University of South Carolina Women’s Basketball Coach Dawn Staley’s non-profit organization on Thursday, August 16. The service project was held at the Columbia document review center. These shoes were later distributed to agencies and shelters across the Midlands, such as The Salvation Army, Hannah House, and The Boys and Girls Club.
Led by Angela O’Neal, a contract attorney and team lead for Encompass, who also serves as director of operations for Innersole, twenty-four Encompass team members packaged brand-name athletic shoes for needy children going back to school.
Nelson Mullins Encompass participants were Sean Allen, Penny Apple, Evan Benjamin, Mike Bigham, Jessica Byrd, Allan Crawford, Ethan Darnell, Julie Flaming, Saundra Gibson, Jeanne Howe, Jessica Joyner, Isaac Kim, Kenya Lighty, Rick McGee, Zade Miller, Kim Patton, Lainie Peterson, Ronetra Robinson, Clara Smith, Chelsey Stromsness, Augusta Thompson, Michelle Watkins, Soren Young, and John Ziglar.
Innersole is a movement that effectively changes the negative impact of poverty on children. Its goal is to provide new sneakers to children who are homeless and children who are in need.
Friday, August 24, 2018
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