In keeping with their commitment to giving back to their community, The Law Offices of John Day, P.C. will be participating in the 9th Annual Bikes or Bust charity event, benefitting Toys for Tots. For its role in the event, the firm will be donating 500 bicycle helmets to go along with bikes donated to the event and help the deserving children who receive the bikes to stay safe while riding them.
This year's event will take place through Monday (November 25) at the Walmart located at 7044 Charlotte Pike in Nashville, Tennessee.
"We have given away thousands of helmets over the last two years to reduce the risk of head injury to children riding bicycles and scooters," said John Day. "We are honored to have the opportunity to help children have both a joyful and a safe Christmas."
Over the past eight years, this event has led to the donation of 4,700 bicycles to underprivileged children in Middle Tennessee, totaling over $200,000 in bikes that Toys for Tots have been able to distribute as a result of the event.
ABOUT TOYS FOR TOTS
Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public charity, is the fundraising, funding and support organization for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program. The objectives of the organization are to help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas; to play an active role in the development of one of our nation's most valuable resources - our children; to unite all members of local communities in a common cause for three months each year during the annual toy collection and distribution campaign; and to contribute to improving communities in the future.
ABOUT THE LAW OFFICES OF JOHN DAY, P.C.
For more than 25 years, the trial attorneys at The Law Offices of John Day, P.C. have been helping our clients through some of the most difficult times in their lives. Our Murfreesboro, Nashville, and Brentwood injury attorneys represent clients throughout the State of Tennessee in both personal injury and wrongful death cases