The giving season: CBA donates $10K+ to state charities

News of good cheer comes our way from Caralyce M. Lassner, who serves on the Board of Directors of the Consumer Bankruptcy Association.

Lassner, recently honored as a Michigan Lawyers Weekly Up and Coming Lawyer, says it’s been a good year for the CBA in terms of revenue from continuing education programs.

In keeping with the CBA’s annual tradition, some of that revenue, more than $10,000, has been donated to local charities.

The charities, as nominated by the membership and voted on by the CBA Board of Directors, include:

  • The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW)
  • Forgotten Harvest
  • Children’s Hospital
  • S.A.Y. Detroit Family Health Clinic
  • Cabrini Clinic
  • Starfish Family Services
  • Wounded Warriors
  • Access to Bankruptcy Court
  • Legal Services of South Central Michigan

The Consumer Bankruptcy Association is a voluntary bar association open to legal professionals working in the bankruptcy field in the Eastern District of Michigan.

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