County Judge Hal Richards joins David Asbill, director of the children’s center as he receives a donation from attorneys Wade Gent and Jeff Brown of Linebarger Law Firm.

The Linebarger Law Firm supported the Fern Norville Kaufman County Children’s Shelter by donating $1,000 for school and cleaning supplies. The donation will help defray the added operational costs associated with COVID-19 prevention and protection.“The Norville Children’s Shelter fills a valuable role in helping children in Kaufman County,” said Jeff Brown, a partner with the law firm. “We are proud to invest in the communities where we live and work, and I can’t think of a better cause than these kids.”The shelter is dedicated to helping children who are displaced from their families, or who need support due to abuse, neglect or abandonment.

The facility relies heavily on donations, and a list of current needs can be found on theirwebsiteat www.norvillecenter.com.

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