The Abrams Landau team was back at another local public elementary school last week for its Lids on Kids brain injury prevention and helmet giveaway program. Lawyer Doug Landau successfully showed his presentation to Herndon’s Hutchison Elementary School’s sixth grade class in their large cafeteria. He explained the importance of always wearing a bike helmet and showed real life examples of the injuries his former clients incurred while cycling.
Fairfax County police volunteered their time and services as well, answering some questions from the children and helping to fit them with helmets. Interns from Delegate Jennifer Boysko’s office were also able to help out during this special event. With the help of the community, we were able to give out free bike helmets to more than 100 students at Hutchison Elementary School!
Later that same day, the Abrams Landau team took its Lids on Kids program to Herndon Neighborhood Resource Center’s Family
Night. The topic for this Family Night was Summer Safety, and we presented on bike safety. We were able to fit and give out helmets to dozens more children at that night’s event.
Lawyer Landau’s work at Herndon Neighborhood Resource Center was featured in this week’s issue of Herndon Connection. You can find it on page 8 here.
We’ll also be at Herndon Elementary School this Tuesday, June 20 to present our Lids on Kids program! Stay tuned!
If you know of a school or local group that could benefit from our helmet giveaway program, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our office (703-796-9555).