Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes, a personal injury firm in Clearwater, recently gave back to their community through their Read & Play Project. Speaking to a group at Ponce de Leon Elementary, the attorneys discussed summer safety. Many of the students were amazed at what they could do to prevent accidents.
Afterwards, the firm gave each student a book to read over the summer, plus a ball or playground toy. Knowledge and exercise are incredibly important, and the firm wants to make sure local kids are getting both this summer!
After being in the community for nearly 60 years, “it’s great to be able to give back,” says Matthew Noyes, a partner at the firm. He believes it’s important for kids to know that lawyers do generous things. It shapes their opinion of all attorneys.
Associate Attorney Michael Perenich is amazed by kids’ interest in accident prevention. “The kids seemed to enjoy the talk as much as the books and ball,” he observes.
Associate Attorney Klodiana Hysenlika also enjoyed participating in the event. She says “it was great to see the joy in the kid’s eyes.” Everyone at the firm is very happy to be giving back to the community!