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Serving the Triad: Community Service on Triad Today

December 29th, 2020 Community Outreach,Triad Today Show
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On Saturday, December 28th, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law appeared on Triad Today to highlight just a few of the people who have served the Triad community in big ways this year. Watch the segment:

Helping those in need and helping our neighbors is a large part of Daggett Shuler’s mission. Partners David Daggett and Griff Shuler have dedicated themselves to not only serving the community through legal work, but also to contribute through good works and supporting local service organizations. They discussed some of the people and groups that they have brought on Triad Today over the course of 2020. Some of the most notable guests were:

  • EMT Kerry Cross, Director of the Guilford County Paramedic Academy. The Academy is now in its 20th year of training the Triad’s EMTs. David has been a guest speaker there for several years and is inspired by these hardworking first responders in training.
  • McNeil Cronin, board member of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Winston-Salem (DSAGWS). Their message of acceptance and inclusion is one that inspires David and Griff, as well as the entire Winston-Salem community. David is proud to announce several events and fundraisers for them each year.
  • Ainsley Williams, Mt. Tabor High School student and the winner of the 2020 Safe Sober Prom Night T-shirt Contest. While proms were canceled this year and school visits were not possible, the team at Daggett Shuler shifted the focus to graduation events. The message of staying safe and sober is not one limited to prom night, and is a vital message to get out the young people in our community.
  • Scott Best, Executive Director of Help Our People Eat (H.O.P.E.). H.O.P.E. is an organization that distributes no-cost, healthy meals to needy families in Winston-Salem. They saw demand increase greatly this year, which only underlines the need for these kinds of organizations in our community and across the country.
  • Er Ralston, Race Director for the Beat the Heat (Virtual) 5K. While the race understandably had to move to a virtual format this year, David Daggett was thrilled to emcee the event and even host a series of videos highlighting notable athletes participating in the race.
  • Eric Aft, CEO of Second Harvest of Northwest North Carolina. This organization is a food bank serving all of northwest North Carolina. With a network of over 400 partners, they distribute approximately 40 tons of food each day. Daggett Shuler organizes a food drive to benefit Second Harvest each year, and remain one of their biggest supporters. As with H.O.P.E., Second Harvest saw a dramatic increase in need this year due to the pandemic.

Later in the episode, David Daggett also participated in the Roundtable discussion with Ogi Overman and Dave Briggs. They talked about current news items and political issues. Watch the video:

We Support the Triad Community

As always, the team at Daggett Shuler Law is proud to help support efforts to do good in our local area. Our firm is heavily involved in the Triad community. We believe in setting an example and supporting those working to improve the quality and health of our communities. 

About Daggett Shuler

The personal injury and disability lawyers at Daggett Shuler Law represent clients throughout North Carolina. Visit our website or call 336-724-1234 for more information or a free consultation. 

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