Come Celebrate With Us!

CELEBRATION FOR CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
CANCELED

With concerns about COVID-19 continuing to weigh heavily on everyone’s minds, we have decided to cancel this year’s Celebration for Children’s Rights event. The safety of our guests is just too important to jeopardize with a party. We hope to see you next year!

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Our lawyers, social workers, and policy advocates work tirelessly in support of our kids all year long. But on this night, we celebrate.

Join us on Thursday, June 18th at our annual benefit event: the Celebration for Children’s Rights, presented by Milbank.

We’ll be recognizing our successes from the past year, when we fought for nearly 500 kids in court, became Louisiana’s primary defender for children facing life without parole sentences, and passed Solan’s Law to ensure fewer children end up needlessly traumatized through incarceration.

We’ll also be presenting our second annual Pascal Calogero Champion of Justice Award to Denese Shervington, MD, MPH, the President & CEO of the Institute of Women & Ethnic Studies, for her years of research and advocacy on behalf of youth justice and well-being.

You’re a part of our children’s success! It’s the support of people like you that helps them thrive and leave the justice system behind for good. So come celebrate with us! Click here to RSVP.

This cocktail reception fundraiser will be held on Thursday, June 18 (6-8pm) at “The Building”, a beautiful art space located at 1427 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. (just across from the Jazz Market). Catering by Chef Adolfo Garcia of La Boca, High Hat, and Ancora. Business or business casual attire preferred.

While there is no minimum cost, a donation is required to attend.

Don’t wait. RSVP today!

Special thanks to our 2020 Celebration sponsors and top donors:

Champion of Justice:
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Guardian of Justice:
Nell Pape W. Waring and William W. Waring Fund

Defender of Justice:
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Advocate of Justice: BCBSLA Foundation // Greg Browne // Carmen & Kelly Duncan // Entergy Corporation // Allison & George Freeman // Lulu & Billy Freiberg // Galloway, Tompkins, Johnson, Burr & Smith APLC // Gordon, Arata, Montgomery, Barnett, McCollam, Duplantis & Eagan LLC // Susan & Hervin Guidry // Hancock Whitney // Donna & Jack Little // Sheldon Lykes // The Octavia Fund // Perrier Esquerré Contractors LLC // Pugh Accardo LLC // ResourceFull Consulting, LLC // Jackie & Bruce Shreves // Simon, Peragine, Smith & Redfearn LLP // Laurie & Paul Sterbcow // Anne & Quentin Urquhart // Mr. & Mrs. Courtney Williams (and their three little ones)

Benefactor of Justice: Anonymous // Bernard & Franks // Chase Marshall Architects // Melanie & Ken Ehrlich // Emily Frock Graphic Design // Mrs. H. Mortimer Favrot, Jr. // Fishman Haygood LLP // Kit & Gus Fritchie // Gainsburgh, Benjamin, David, Meunier & Warshauer LLC // Landis Construction Co. LLC // Sally & Jay Lapeyre // New Pathways New Orleans // O’Bryon & Schnabel PLC // Wendy Hickok Robinson // Schonekas, Evans, McGoey & McEachin LLC // Shields | Mott LLP // Tatje Insurance & Financial Products Inc. // Linda Usdin DrPH & Steven Bingler // Kathleen & Charlie Van Horn // Miriam & Bruce Waltzer // Sarah & George Young

Fellow of Justice: Christopher Alfieri // Anonymous // Bridget & Bobby Bories // Lisa Brooking & Bennett Davis // Suzanne Butler & Mark Klyza // Linda & Pierre Conner // Ninette & Perry Eastman // Janet & Scott Howard // Molly & Adam Kramer // Martha & John Landrum // G. F. Gay Le Breton // Morris Bart // Janice & Albert Romanosky // Steve Scheckman // Lynn & Charlie Smith // Ann & Shaw Thompson // Katie & Semmes Walmsley // Kathleen & Ben Waring // Lindsay & Jake Weixler // Peggy Welsh // Alice & Bill Wright // Ellen & Marc Yellin // Elizabeth & Carlos Zervigon

LCCR is a proud partner of the City of New Orleans and the United Way of Southeast Louisiana.

Posted by decubingon February 13, 2020and categorized as Client Story, Featured, News, Uncategorized