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Flint, Michigan is in a state of emergency. For over 18 months its residents have been drinking contaminated water with toxic levels of lead. The City of Flint is experiencing one of the worst crisis to hit a Michigan City in the last 40 years. Children and adults alike are suffering the short-term and potentially lifelong impact of being poisoned by lead in their water.
Goodman Acker has a strong commitment to our community and is taking action to help the residents of Flint. Our personal injury law firm is teaming up with State Representative Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) to host a collection drive of goods needed in Flint this week, Monday, January 25th through Thursday, January 28th.
The Law Offices of Goodman Acker is collecting bottles and/or jugs of water along with non-mixing baby formula. Collections will be accepted at Goodman Acker’s offices located at 17000 W 10 Mile Road, 2nd Floor in Southfield between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
State Representative Moss has also coordinated efforts with the City of Southfield which will be a drop-off point, at the Southfield Public Library located at 26300 Evergreen between 10 Mile Road and 11 Mile Road, 1-9 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday and 9:30-5:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.
Last day of donations will be accepted on Thursday at 5 p.m. All donations and supplies collected will be delivered to the residents of Flint on Thursday, January 28th by Goodman Acker Attorney, Jordan Acker and State Representative Moss.
Jerry Acker, senior partner at Goodman Acker PC stated, “Goodman Acker has been committed for more than 30 years to provide assistance to those in need and now, the people of Flint need all of us to lend a hand. We are proud to partner with State Representative Moss and we are kicking off the collection process by providing more than 3200 bottles of water and other supplies”.
Moss added, “This is a wonderful example of how government can work with the private sector and I know the good people of Southfield and surrounding communities want to help the City of Flint”.
What: Collection Drive for Flint, Michigan #FlintWaterCrisis
What: Bottles and/or jugs of water along with non-mixing baby formula will be collected
When: Monday, January 25th through Thursday January, 28th
Where to Drop Off Donations:
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Goodman Acker would like to thank everyone for their support in advance.