As one of Virginia’s oldest and most experienced Personal Injury law firms, Burnett & Williams has a long history of working to strengthen civic life in the Commonwealth and support local institutions in the communities we serve.
The Ampersand Pantry Project was created by Peter Burnett to provide help to Northeast Leesburg neighborhood residents unexpectedly finding themselves in need of food and other personal essentials. During the COVID-19 shutdown, Ampersand provided over 130,000 lunches to those in need no questions asked, 7 days a week. The project also distributes fully cooked Thanksgiving meals to stressed neighbors and puts on an Angel Tree gift distribution at Christmastime.
The Ampersand Pantry Project South, supported by Jim Williams, also began during the pandemic to provide lunches for those in the Hopewell community suffering from food insecurity.
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Inspired by the grit, honor, and selfless sacrifice of our nation’s military veterans, Burnett & Williams collaborates annually with local venues to co-host fundraiser/awareness events for our veterans. These events feature a number of local, veteran-oriented organizations, such as the American Legion, VFW, Heroes on the River, Combat Veterans Alliance, and more. Stay tuned to our Blog for more about the great organizations, venues, food vendors, and musical acts that come together for a great cause.
So important that it was once the 27th letter of the alphabet, the ampersand is at the core of Burnett & Williams principles. Our success on behalf of injured clients is, in large part, the result of teamwork, partnering, crowd sourcing, and otherwise connecting diverse ideas. Likewise, successful community improving strategies often connect and leverage the diverse talents of committed and talented citizens. We like to think of the ampersand as standing for the success of you AND me, as opposed to the success of you OR me. Using this award as a symbol of our appreciation, we recognize and thank those that share and practice the ampersand approach to success, particularly when it benefits the community.