b"In 2017, Moss & Barnett launched M&B Cares, a firmwideour team better serve the community. M&B Cares is committedjoined on the committee by legal assistant Karen Berg, paralegal initiative that supports and coordinates our teams volunteer work.to benefitting a different cause at least quarterly by providingShelly Doerr, librarian Andy Malec, attorney Jeff Waldron, and M&B Cares The M&B Cares committee collaborates with a variety of civic,volunteers for projects along with contributions. Attorneybusiness development director Shannon Wiger. charitable, and other community service organizations to helpJana Aune Deach chairs the M&B Cares committee and isM&B Cares participated in a number of service projects in 2019:The Link Hope Academy School Supply Drivethelinkmn.orghopeschool.orgOur firm's employees purchased and donated supplies forM&B Cares sponsored a school supply drive for the 6th and 7th cleaning kits for homeless youth transitioning into new housinggrade students at Hope Academy, a private inner-city school at The Link, a nonprofit working with youth and families tofounded in 2000 as an opportunity-equalizer for at-risk, urban overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice. youth located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Pictured from left to right: Shelly Doerr, Liz Randall, Linda Anderson, Carla Garber, Lori ODonnell, Jana Aune Deach, Cindy Ackerman, Karen Berg, Maureen Montpetit, Andy Malec, Cheryl Riggs, Pictured from left to right: Andy Malec, Shelly Doerr, Karen Berg, and Mara Gollin-Garrett and Carolyn McCune Care Packages in Support of Our MilitaryOut of Darkness Twin Cities Walk(Memorial Day and Thanksgiving) afsp.donordrive.comTo show our support for the courageous men and women whoMoss & Barnett employees, family members, and friends walked serve our country, M&B Cares shipped 30 care packages to ain the Out of the Darkness Twin Cities Walk in support of the designated military unit to arrive in time for the Memorial DayAmerican Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) and joined and Thanksgiving holidays. a quarter of a million people from hundreds of cities across all 50 states to raise awareness and funds that will save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.Pictured from left to right: Katherine Pasker, Mara Gollin-Garrett, Todd Riggs, Cheryl Riggs, Pictured from left to right: Debbie LaTerza, Karen Berg, Cheryl Thompson, Carin Del Fiacco Rebecca Wolfe, Karina Liuzzi, Laura Gilbert, Shelly Doerr, and Angie LiuzziHappy Hour Squared Twin Cities Walk for Water363days.org watermission.orgMoss & Barnett employees, family members, and friendsMoss & Barnett employees, family members, and friends walked participated in this innovative monthly event to make over 2,000in the Twin Cities Walk for Water in support of Water Mission. sandwiches that were handed off to Allan Law's 363 Days FoodThe funds raised will help deliver clean, safe water to people in Program to feed the hungry on the streets that night. developing countries and disaster areas.Pictured from left to right (back row): Chad Canesi, Dan ODonnell, Jana Aune Deach, Jim Gagnon,Pictured from left to right: Brittney Miller (holding George), Debbie Weinstock, Kaylee Shelland, Kendra Bader, Suzanne Rivers, Chris Stall, and Katherine Pasker; (front row): Jon Carrasquillo,Lucy Bullock Karen Berg, Lori Erickson, Kurt Meyer (holding Kevin), Sydney Deach, Tate Deach, Jami Canesi, Lori ODonnell, and Debbie Weinstock Jana Aune Deach, and Lachlan Little.Breaking Free Annual BBQ Hope Academy Christmas Book Giveawaybreakingfree.net hopeschool.org/ChristmasbooksMoss & Barnett employees, family members, and friendsM&B Cares made a cash donation to the Hope Academy volunteered to provide and serve food at Breaking Frees annualChristmas Book Giveaway so that each of the schools students summer BBQ. Breaking Free is a nonprofit that helps hundreds ofwould receive a set of two gift-wrapped books. Hope Academy women escape systems of prostitution and sexual exploitation. is a private inner-city school serving urban youth located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Pictured from left to right (back row): Karen Berg, Andrew Haan, Megan Haan, Carrie Diaz, Cheryl Thompson, Jana Aune Deach, Aly Ferreira, and Chris Ferreira; (front row): Stephanie Haan, 10 Anna Blankinship, Mara Gollin-Garrett, Suzanne Rivers, and Andrea Szondy. 11"