Beginning today at 11:00 a.m. and running through Monday, November 15th at 9:00 p.m., you can participate in the 18th Annual TACOS FOR SISTERCARE.
During that time for each taco sold at Taco Bell® restaurants in the Columbia, SC community listed below, 10¢ will be contributed to Sistercare.
Sistercare provides services for battered women and their children residing in Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Newberry and Richland counties in South Carolina.
Sistercare’s services include:
- Children’s Services
- Community Counseling Services
- Community Education and Awareness
- Court Advocacy
- Emergency Shelters
- Service Telephone Line
- Shelter Follow-Up Program
- Transitional Housing
- Hispanic Outreach Services
Please tell everyone, your co-workers, friends and family about this fundraiser. What could be more fun than to eat tacos at Taco Bell® and know that you’re helping Sistercare?
NOTE: This fundraiser APPLIES TO TACOS ONLY!!
We’re talking about eating TACOS, any tacos from crunchy beef tacos to soft potato tacos.
PARTICIPATING TACO BELL® LOCATIONS:
9802 Two Notch Road
7526 Garners Ferry Road
515 W. Main St., Lexington
2632 Decker Blvd.
1928 Broad River Road
739 Knox Abbott Dr., Cayce
3983 Platt Springs Road, W. Columbia
4328 Sunset Blvd., Lexington
1112 Broad St., Sumter
1192 Lake Murray Blvd. Irmo
All the week’s “atj” newsworthy items wrapped up
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Chicago, Illinois – ABA Invites Obama to it Annual Meeting
Washington, D.C. – 2nd ABA National Conference on Employment of Lawyers with Disabilities (Hurry for the EARLY BIRD special because after June 1st the registration increases)
United States Supreme Court – President Obama nominates Judge Sonia Sotomayor for the U.S. Supreme Court (For more news links, click here. For blog coverage, click here.)
Brooklyn, New York – A Call for Pro Bono at Boro Hall
Lexington, Kentucky – Interview with a True Change Agent
Nashville, Tennessee – New Legal Advice Clinic to Help with Debt Issues
Richmond, Virginia – LINC Recognizes Outstanding Volunteers
Public Justice Center – Donor Inspires Us with $10,000 Gift
Ventura County, California – New County Program Helping Low-Income Families Adopt
Winston-Salem, North Carolina – Practical Paralegalism: Paying it Forward
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Credit Card Reforms Could Help Statements
Fairfield, Connecticut – Hard Times Force People Into Family Court “Solo”
Honolulu, Hawaii – Starn O’Toole Marcus & Fisher Supports Access to Justice Commission
Australia – Pro Bono Work Good for Law Students
New York, New York – Pro Bono Recruitment Drive
San Diego, California – Law Made Public: Legal Research Class for the Self-Represented Litigant