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WKW Celebrates Holiday Season with La Voz de Indiana

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Updated June 23, 2019 |


For the fourth consecutive year, WKW has sponsored La Voz de Indiana’s holiday party. La Voz de Indiana was able to help fifteen families in need with food and gifts for the holiday season. WKW attorney Chris Stevenson attended the party and accepted a certificate of appreciation from José González and Liliana Hamnik.

La Voz de Indiana is Indiana’s only statewide bilingual newspaper. It was founded in 1998 on the idea to educate and inform the state’s growing Latin American community and establish a reputation as a trusted liaison.

WKW received a personal letter of thanks from José González-Parodi, vice president of the organization:

I realize its year end and everyone is running crazy, but I just wanted to take a few minutes to reflect on what happened yesterday evening. We wanted to thank you for all of your help and support. We are truly blessed in having a Partner such as Wilson Kehoe Winingham. Thanks to your kind support, we were able to give Christmas to 10 families that normally would not even be able to have a decent meal.

There were wonderful comments received all night long from everyone, but the ones that touched the most were those that came from the faces of the recipients of the gifts—kids, moms and dads. We have no words to express our gratitude or how we feel about your act of kindness, especially during these difficult times.

La Voz de Indiana would like to wish you and everyone at Wilson, Kehoe, Winingham & Staff a safe and Happy Holidays. May the New Year bring you and your families’ health and many blessings.

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