On January 26th, attorneys and staff from Davis Malm took part in the Boston Bruins Foundation’s Fourth Annual BFit First Responder Challenge, a stair climb at the TD Garden benefiting the families of fallen first responders. Davis Malm associate Robert Kaitz and paralegal Christie Spang participated in the climb on behalf of The Hundred Club.

Davis Malm Executive Director Keith Buohl awarded medals to participants, and Janice Anderson, an administrative assistant at the firm and clerk at The Hundred Club, organized the event for The Hundred Club. Also in attendance was Davis Malm shareholder John Lynch, who serves as President and Chairman of the Board of The Hundred Club.

The 2020 BFit First Responder Challenge brought together approximately 1,300 participants and raised over $543,058 for the charities benefiting first responders.

The Hundred Club was founded in 1959 with a vision of creating an organization that would support the families of firefighters and police officers killed in the line of duty. The Club offers compassionate care for the surviving families of fallen first responders. Over the years, the Hundred Club has been able to extend its assistance with benefits such as personal enrichment programs for children, college scholarships, funds for psychological counseling, legal and accounting assistance, health and wellness benefits, tickets for social events, and more.

For more information contact: Joanne Thorud; (617) 589-3894; jthorud@davismalm.com

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