Pro bono work allows non-profit to focus on mission

Lauren Russell, Attorney Employment and Litigation

Dunn Carney attorney Lauren Russell has been providing pro bono employment-related legal counsel to the Children’s Healing Art Project (CHAP) as CHAP navigates the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

CHAP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that facilitates art experiences for children and families facing medical challenges. Due to the pandemic, CHAP has been adapting and finding new ways to serve our community while currently unable to visit the hospitals or provide other in-person art experiences.

“We value Lauren’s service to CHAP and are very grateful to her and Dunn Carney for providing the professional counsel we need to help navigate the uncharted waters of this COID-19 pandemic. Having Lauren on our team helps us to focus on our key mission of providing service to patients and their families now and into the future,” says Lori Long, President, CHAP Board of Directors.

Allyson Krueger, Partner Employment and Litigation

Lauren is an active member of Dunn Carney’s Litigation and Employment Teams, both headed by partner Allyson Krueger.

Learn more about CHAP and supporting its mission here: