Hogan Lovells raises more than $40,000 for Wounded Warrior Project
Hogan Lovells has announced that its third annual Wii Bowling Championship, which took place on 8 August, raised more than $40,000 (£25,800) for the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) to assist service members who have been injured in the line of duty.
To raise the funds, participants solicited donations from friends, family and colleagues. Hogan Lovells’ charitable giving programme, TOUCH, then matched the total donations received.
TOUCH is Hogan Lovells’ firm-wide matched-giving programme, through which it supports a local non-profit in each of the countries where it works, as well as an international non-profit on a global level.
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