GibsonSingleton Virginia Injury Attorneys collected more than 675 coats from donors in the community during the firm’s annual coat drive.
GibsonSingleton, located on Route 17 at Hayes, gave many of the coats to the Gloucester Salvation Army, the Gloucester United for Emergency Shelter Team (GUEST), and the Hampton Veterans Administration Medical Center.
Among this year’s highlights were Gloucester resident Krystal Hansford and her young daughter Harper bringing coats, hats and gloves collected during their family Thanksgiving celebration; Gloucester County Sheriff Darrell Warren dropping off a huge box of coats from his office; and Edward Washington of First Morning Star Church at Bena donating more than 100 coats and sweaters from church members.
All donors were offered a GibsonSingleton ice scraper for their car. The firm also held monthly drawings from among donors for two The Ballast Band CDs. October’s winner was Kevin Gallagher; November was Nancy Dransfield; and December was ...
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