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Giroux Pappas Pledges $1000 to Center For Success

Center For Success Unites Community and Students In Detroit and Pontiac to Improve Literacy

Michael Poupore, Robert Giroux, Managing Partner with Andrea Meyer of Center For Success and Evan Pappas, Partner

Southfield, MI,– Giroux Pappas Trial Attorneys, a personal injury law firm serving clients in Michigan has pledged $1000 to Michigan based Center For Success’ March Book Madness Event, as part of their Commitment to Community Project.

Commitment to Community Project, pledges $1000 to a different local Southwest Michigan non-profit each month. People in the community are encouraged to nominate next month’s non-profit by going to the Giroux Pappas Trial Attorneys website at or emailing [email protected]

“We got into this profession to help people and to make a difference in their lives after being injured in an accident of some type. Giving back to organizations such as Center For Success Network, who is trying to improve literacy in Detroit and Pontiac area elementary schools can be the critical support some children need to continue on their journey through education,” said Bob Giroux, Founder and Managing Partner.

Center for Success Network (CFSN) has proudly served elementary children in Detroit and Pontiac for over 9 years. The mission of Center for Success Network is to unite community and literacy to empower students in their journey of education. Their vision is to vitalize the community’s affiliation with literacy, inspiring others to relate with literacy as a fundamental necessity. They provide safe spaces and intentional learning structures where students connect with dedicated mentors for guided, specified literacy interventions.

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