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Bingham McHale Honored with Community Involvement Award

Bingham McHale LLP was recently honored with the WFYI Community Involvement Award, which was presented to the firm at a recent volunteer appreciation luncheon hosted by WFYI.

“Bingham McHale LLP recognizes the importance of investing in our community, not just financially, but also with our time and talent,” said W. Tobin McClamroch, Managing Partner of the firm. “I want to thank WFYI for allowing us to be a part of its important mission to engage people in the Central Indiana community. We are pleased to be recognized for our commitment to our community.”

The WFYI Community Involvement Award is given to external groups who have shown outstanding volunteer support and commitment to WFYI through fundraising and outreach activities. This year, Bingham McHale LLP supported WFYI with a corporate financial challenge match during the Spring Membership Campaign. Several members of the firm also volunteered to help during the campaign, including partners Jim Reed and Brian Welch, who co-hosted a portion of the semi-annual pledge drive together.•

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