A “Jean-eous” Idea: Boston Based Law Firm Raises Money for Raising A Reader MA through Casual Friday Attire

A -Jean-eous- Idea- Boston Based Law Firm Raises Money for Raising A Reader MA through Casual Friday Attire

On most days, you won’t see the employees of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. wearing jeans to work. However, through a community service project launched back in 2004, employees can donate $5 or more to a charity to wear jeans on Friday.

“We’re extremely excited to be the beneficiary of this creative fundraiser,” said Randy Houk, Executive Director of Raising A Reader Massachusetts, a non-profit that provides books and training to families of young children in order to develop, practice, and maintain habits of reading together at home.

Mintz Levin is a full-service, general practice law firm with more than 500 attorneys and eight offices in the US and the UK. Through the “Jean Day” program, Mintz Levin has raised over $238,000.