A wide array of the Indian River County community attended Rossway Swan’s 6th Annual Soup Bowl to benefit the Samaritan Center for Homeless Families. The event is the official launch of the Firm’s holiday season of giving, and thanks to the support of the community, the charitable event was very successful and was enjoyed by nearly 200 guests and visitors.
The partners and staff of the law Firm of Rossway Swan welcomed the community to the Firm for a delicious lunch, featuring a variety of soups, sandwiches, and desserts all homemade by employees of the Firm and volunteers from the local community. Brain Freeze Café generously provided breads and croutons to accompany the soups. Handmade pottery bowls made by local artists were also available for sale at the event.
The Firm invited employees and visitors to participate in the Giving Tree which this year is benefitting the adult residents at the Homeless Family Center as well as a local family in need of financial support. The family of Niki and George Maguire, whose two year old daughter, Paxton Maguire, is afflicted with Cystic Fibrosis, is financially burdened by the medical expenses necessary to provide treatment of the genetic disorder that affects the digestive system and lungs. The Firm will continue to accept donations on behalf of the Maguire family through the end of the holiday season.
Rossway Swan is located in the professional Modern One building at 2101 Indian River Boulevard, Suite 200 in Vero Beach with offices also in Coral Gables and Melbourne. For more information on the Firm or their holiday season of giving, contact Firm Administrator, Gail Fredrickson, by calling 772-231-4440. For more information on the Firm visit www.rosswayswan.com.