lacy katzen volunteers at sleep in heavenly peace

Lacy Katzen LLP volunteers at Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Updated June 8, 2021.

On Saturday, June 12, 2021, Lacy Katzen LLP’s staff, attorneys, and some of their family members volunteered with the local chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace, a national not-for-profit organization, to build beds for children in Rochester who do not have beds to sleep on. The Lacy Katzen team donated new bedding and helped build around 50 beds for local children!

All across the country, many children go without a bed – or even a pillow – to sleep on. These children end up sleeping on couches, blankets, and even floors. This can affect their happiness and health. Sleep in Heavenly Peace helps to solve this problem by accepting donated building materials and hosting Build Days where volunteers gather and build beds. After the Build Days, other volunteers with Sleep in Heavenly Peace will deliver the assembled beds to children in the Rochester area.

Lacy Katzen’s corporate citizenship initiative derives from the firm’s shared values of Teamwork, Excellence, and Ethical Behavior. We think of these values not only in the context of serving our clients, but also how they can benefit the community that we call home.

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