2021 Injury Board Day of Action Supports Local Restaurants, Appreciates ICU Nurses
Farris, Riley & Pitt, LLP is a part of Injury Board, which teams up annually with other firms across the U.S. and the U.K. to support each firm’s community through IB Day of Action.
This year’s initiative supported three local restaurants: Ash Homewood in Birmingham, Tai One On in Anniston and The Rail Public House in Gadsden by purchasing 260 gift cards for ICU nurses at Regional Medical Center Anniston, Princeton Baptist Medical Center and Gadsden Regional Medical Center.
Our firm teamed up with Injury Board to show our appreciation to ICU Nurses and the local restaurants for our 2021 Day of Action initiative. We know the struggle this country and world have faced the past two years, and words can’t begin to describe our gratitude for the tireless hours ICU Nurses have put into making sure not only patients, but families are taken care of.
We know that COVID isn’t over yet, and the ramifications of the pandemic will continue to affect our community for quite some time,” said Ken Riley of the Farris, Riley & Pitt. “While we know that we can’t solve every problem by writing a check, we do know that our sizable purchase of gift cards and can help the financial recovery process, while simultaneously benefitting ICU Nurses.”
The “Community Resource Project” is part of a national outreach event known as the Injury Board Day Of Action — a collaborative effort by the nation’s leading plaintiff’s attorneys to make a difference in their local communities.
“We know that the COVID situation is different in every community across the country,” said Attorney Tom Young, founder of Injury Board. “But the need to support local merchants and community members is not. Everyone was hit hard the pandemic, and in many locations, the economic and stability issues continue. Our members are pillars of their communities, who want to help those who deserve help to keep moving forward. Uncertainty may be the new normal for quite some time.”