Due to COVID-19, Holland & Hart's Cheyenne office decided to forgo it's holiday open house gathering for the second year in a row and use the funds usually designated for this to "pay it forward" to the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center (CRMC) ICU and COVID units.
“We had the idea to come over and really recognize the heroes in health care here at Cheyenne Medical Center, and the plan came together with us just buying socks,” said Isaac Sutphin, the Administrative Partner and Cheyenne’s Holland & Hart.
Holland & Hart purchased approximately $5,000 worth of socks, equating to 1500 pairs, for the CRMC staff as a thank you to the medical team for all that they have done over the past 20 months during the pandemic. The office will also be sending out cards to the community encouraging others to pay it forward during the holidays.
"We partnered with Foot of the Rockies, and their supplier, Saucony, and said let's use the money that we were going to spend on our holiday party which we are not having, and say thank you to the CRMC heroes," Holland and Hart Wyoming Government Affairs and Public Relations Director Bob Jensen said.
Click here to read the Wyoming News Now Nov. 23 article entitled, “Holland & Hart law firm gifts CRMC ICU and COVID units socks."
Click here to read the Cheyenne Post Dec. 3 article entitled, “Holland and Hart Donates Socks to CRMC."