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11.20.2008 Williams Mullen Attorneys Serve as Advocates during Project Homeless Connect Eleven volunteers from Williams Mullen served as navigators/advocates during Project Homeless Connect, a clearinghouse of services for chronically homeless adults. The event was held at the Richmond Convention Center on Nov. 20, 2008.

575 individuals from the Greater Richmond community received assistance with job applications, housing questions, food stamps and Medicaid. They also received information about Social Security benefits and birth certificates. Lauren Thomas, Mark Kronenthal, Lauren Dickey, Joey Noble, Clara Marks, Jamie Watkins, Andy Nea, Nelson Wilkinson, Michelle Rundstrom, Andrea Harlow, and Allison Domson participated in the program. Project Homeless was sponsored in part by firm client Performance Food Group, Altria, and the U.S. Department of Labor.