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CSCS Partners with Local Charities to Celebrate Your Covid Heroes

by | May 22, 2020

Let’s celebrate the heroes among us! 

What has remained steadfast during the pandemic is the human spirit and its ability to soar during times of adversity. We are in awe of those facing uncertain risks and challenges as they provide essential and lifesaving services and help improve others’ lives.

Heroes are working tirelessly on the frontlines and behind the scenes. They’re administering health care, providing and preparing food, picking up our trash, educating our children, and caring for vulnerable populations. 

Our firm is proud to sponsor a “My COVID Hero” video campaign to highlight these COVID heroes and support local nonprofits in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia. The campaign shines a light on their sacrifices while also giving back to charities that are doing an incredible job of navigating uncertainty, caring through the pandemic and making a positive impact on others.

For every video submitted from May 25 through June 8, we will donate $25 to a partnering charity, up to a total of $20,000. Charities include Capital Food Bank, Food & Friends, House of Ruth, Martha’s Table, Miriam’s Kitchen and United Way of the National Capital Area

How to participate in “My COVID Hero” campaign

  1. Record a video (1 minute or less) on your phone telling us about your “My COVID Hero” nominee. Be sure to include your hero’s first name and why you believe your nominee is a COVID hero. If possible, we would love to see your hero in action! 
  2. Share your video on Facebook or Twitter and tag @CSCSLaw along with the charity you wish to support so that we can track video entries and determine how we will distribute the $20,000 donation. Participating charities and their social media handles are listed here. For each video submitted, our firm will donate $25 to the approved charity of your choice.
  3. If you want to share your nomination with everyone, also use the hashtag #MyCovidHeroDC.

Visit our “My COVID Hero” page to learn more.

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