Everett Ward Provides Pro Bono Representation for Oak Park River Forest Infant Welfare Society in Purchasing New Property
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"The Oak Park River Forest Infant Welfare Society announced the first capital building purchase in its 103-year history, a property that officials said will serve as its new home and clinic.
'This opportunity comes at an ideal time,' said Peggy LaFleur, the organization’s executive director. 'The OPRF Infant Welfare Society has quietly raised funds to support a building purchase as we sought to control increasing rent costs, address limited space and pursue key initiatives outlined in our current strategic plan. We’re incredibly grateful for the support of generous donors who enabled us to take this step.'”