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firm supports “why hunger foundation” on a pro bono basis

Sam Okello (center left), the founder of Hope North School in Uganda, poses with Michael Wildes (center right), firm associate Mikhail Izrailev (right), and Chris Talbot from Cause and Effect Marketing (left).  

Wildes & Weinberg represented Hope North School and the Why Hunger Foundation on a pro bono basis and is excited to be able to give back to the community! Hope North School helps rehabilitate and educate children affected by HIV and the civil war in Uganda. A large portion of their funding comes from the Why Hunger Foundation: who honored Yoko Ono Lennon this year, a Wildes & Weinberg Alumnus.   Wildes & Weinberg continues to expand its reach into the non-profit world, one child at a time. 

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