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Bertoldo Carter Smith & Cullen Supports Local Back to School Drive

Hand holding a black backpack

Bertoldo Carter Smith & Cullen in Las Vegas is known both for our practice excellence and our community involvement. We recently lived up to our reputation for caring about the people in our communities by partnering with Project 150 in a Back to School Supply & Food Drive.

The drive was designed to help students who are experiencing homelessness and similar displacements, such as after having to leave an unsafe household. We believe that every student deserves a chance to be their best in school and work towards an amazing future. With the school supplies, food items, and hygiene products we helped collect from June 1st to August 13th, we hope to give as many children as possible the tools and opportunities they need to succeed.

People who donated two or more items were entered into a raffle for a chance to win an Amazon gift card. If you were entered in the raffle and were a randomly selected winner, then you should receive communication soon to notify you.

Thank you to everyone who helped make this Project 150 school supply and food drive such a huge success! It is wonderful to see what we can do for our communities when we all band together. From everyone at our firm, we look forward to the next community project we’ll see you at!

Picture of the boxes of school supplies, including paper, snacks, and feminine supplies

Picture of everyone at the firm who participated in the Local Back to School charity, standing in front of supplies such as paper, notebooks, markers, scissors, and glue sticks

Photo of more school supplies, including boxes of crayons, markers, pens, pencils, etc.

Close up picture of more school supplies: markers, erasers, glue sticks, notebooks, pencils, pens, calculators, etc.

Want to know more about Project 150 and how you can help? You can click here to visit the organization’s official website. While there, you can find ways to donate money or supplies or volunteer your time. If you’re unable to do either, then we ask you to share this blog with your friends and family, because spreading awareness is a bigger help than you might realize. Once again, thank you!