Thursday, November 29, 2012

Van Ness Feldman GordonDerr selects Rebuilding Together Seattle as recipient of firm's 2012 Thanksgiving match program

Last month, Rebuilding Together Seattle (RTS) was contacted by Van Ness Feldman GordonDerr Law Firm (Seattle) with incredible news - RTS was chosen as the firm's recipient of their 2012 Thanksgiving match program!

After sending a customized holiday card to their community, Van Ness Feldman committed to matching all donations up to $250.00 from each of their contacts.   During the first two weeks of the campaign, Rebuilding Together Seattle has already received $2,350.00 worth of contributions from 15 individuals and businesses within the Van Ness Feldman Community!

"Our organization cannot me more grateful or excited for this special fundraising opportunity," said Margie Thirlby, Executive Director of Rebuilding Together Seattle.  "Not only is it incredibly generous of Van Ness Feldman GordonDerr and their community to support us financially, but in selecting us as the recipient of their match program, they are introducing countless individuals and companies to RTS who can become further engaged with our programs."

RTS sends a big thanks to Van Ness Feldman GordonDerr for their generosity to our organization, and for their support of our vision of a safe and healthy home for every person.  RTS also sends a special thanks to Julie Brandsness, Jay Derr, and Matt de Ferranti (Rebuilding Together National) for their helping in making the event possible.

Stay tuned for future announcements of our fundraising totals, including recognition of the participating donors!

About Van Ness Feldman GordonDerr:
Founded in 1977 and now with over 100 professionals in Washington, D.C. and Seattle, WA, Van Ness Feldman provides strategic business advice, legislative and policy advocacy, legal and regulatory compliance counsel, representation in administrative proceedings and litigation, and support for project development, permitting, and transactions in the inter-related areas of energy, the environment, natural resources, public lands, real estate, health care, land use, and infrastructure.
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