Pictured are, from left, Beasley Allen attorney
John Tomlinson, Father Manuel Williams, and Beasley Allen attorney Bill Robertson. The attorneys presented a check in the amount of $6,000 to the Father Walters Child Care Center on behalf of the Association for Justice. Montgomery County
MONTGOMERY, ALA. (December 14, 2009) – Beasley Allen attorneys Bill Robertson and John Tomlinson were on hand to spread a little Christmas cheer at the Father Walter Memorial Child Care Center’s annual Christmas party, held Dec. 4, 2009, presenting Father Manuel Williams with a check for $6,000. The money was presented on behalf of the Montgomery County Association for Justice, and was raised at the organization’s annual Golf Classic event, held in October. Bill Roberston was chair of the event for the second year in a row, and Judge Charles Price served as honorary chairman.
“Father Walter’s is an amazing facility that provides essential services to children who face severe challenges,” said Robertson, who also is on the MCAJ board of directors. “Not only do they meet these kids’ physical needs, but they help them to lead rich lives in spite of the challenges they face. This golf tournament provides us with an opportunity to really give back, and to help support them in this critical work that they do on behalf of these children.”
Father Walter Memorial Child Care Center, which is operated by Resurrection Catholic Missions, is home to 54 children with profound physical and mental challenges. Children at the facility range in age from birth to 21 years of age. The challenges these children face are huge, and Father Walter’s goal is to provide them an environment in which they are given the best possible medical care, learning and growth experiences, and a loving home. For more information, visit them online at www.rcmsouth.org/fwccc.html.