At Martinson & Beason, P.C., our team of attorneys strongly believes in giving back to the Huntsville, Alabama, community that has done so much for us through the years. We’re not just lawyers—we’re parents, grandparents, friends, and your neighbors.
One of the causes nearest and dearest to our hearts is the Huntsville March of Dimes: March for Babies.
Morris Lilienthal and his wife, Shannon, started a team to help support the March of Dimes in 2013. Over the course of the past few years, our team has been so humbled by the support of our friends, family, and the entire Huntsville community as we fundraise for the March of Dimes cause.
What is March of Dimes?
The mission of this national organization is to promote healthy pregnancies, improve prenatal care, and prevent health issues that threaten babies. March of Dimes aims to carry out its mission by providing local programs and funding live-saving research.
Many people ask Morris how he became so involved in the Huntsville March of Dimes. He and his wife began Team Will in honor of their late son, William Jackson Lilienthal. Will passed away in June 2009, just three days after his birth. Having experienced this loss personally, they wanted to do their part to make sure no parent has to endure the pain of losing their child—ever. There is no footprint too small to leave an imprint on this world.
How You Can Help Team Will
If you are able, Shannon and Morris, along with the entire team at Martinson & Beason, P.C., would greatly appreciate you making a donation to Team Will.
We would also appreciate you liking our Team Will Facebook page to show your support. Here you can find team updates and share the Team Will mission with your friends and family.
In June, Team Will was honored as the top fundraising family team in Huntsville. We’re so grateful for everyone’s support, including you! Our 2014–2015 goal of $9,000 was exceeded—we ended at $10,581, funds that support programs that help moms to have full-term pregnancies and babies to begin healthy lives. They will also be used to bring comfort and information to families with a baby in newborn intensive care.
Team Will could not have reached its goal without help from those in our local Huntsville community. Thanks so much for your support!